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Anat Maytal Appointed to ABA's National Commission on Disability Rights

News / July 11, 2017

Associate Anat Maytal has been appointed to the American Bar Association’s Commission on Disability Rights, which carries out an array of projects and activities addressing disability-related public policy, disability law, and the professional needs of lawyers and law students with disabilities.

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