Alison Butler Daniels

Adjunct Faculty

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Bio:
Alison Butler Daniels, Esq.
Director of Legal Services
Disability Law Colorado


As Director of Legal Services, Alison oversees all of the legal work regarding people with disabilities at Disability Law Colorado, including investigations of abuse and neglect, individual representation in workplace or housing discrimination issues, assistance to students and parents with disability-related legal issues in schools and working with residents of institutions when they seek a less restrictive placement in the community, among others.

Alison is active in providing trainings state-wide to other lawyers, organizations and members of the community on a multitude of disability topics, including: special education law, housing discrimination, the Americans with Disabilities Act, service and companion animal issues, the use of restraint in public schools and general disability awareness. She also advocates for the rights of people with disabilities through legislative and committee work.

Alison joined Disability Law Colorado in 2007. Prior to joining Disability Law Colorado, Alison worked in private practice at a civil rights firm and at a firm working on housing issues. Alison began her career in the Public Defender's Office in Palm Beach County, Florida. She is licensed to practice law in Colorado, Florida and New York. Alison received her bachelor's degree in political science from Florida State University in 1994 and her law degree from Columbia University School of Law in 1997. adaniels@disabilitylawco.org

Courses:

Fall 2017 Disability Rights LAWS 6555-801