In view of limited legislative action, the handicapped may be forced to resort to the courts in order to vindicate their rights. To do so, they must develop new legal strategies by using existing theories in previously unexplored ways. This Note will consider the development of such strategies in the areas of education, physical access and employment.
Ann Powers, Abroad in the Land: Legal Strategies to Effectuate the Rights of the Physically Disabled, 61 Geo. L.J. 1501 (1973), http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/lawfaculty/204/.