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June 2017
Campbell Law Pro Bono Service Animal Workshop Project

In partnership with Disability Rights of North Carolina, the Service Animal Workshop Project has been educating North Carolina citizens about the legal rights of persons with disabilities, in particular those with service animals. Law students from Campbell Law School have been hosting workshops with local organizations, government entities, and even school groups. They discuss anything from how service animals provide assistance for individuals with a disability to how service animal teams can be accommodated in public settings. Relevant laws include the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act, among others.

The law regarding service animals can vary by state so take a look at our own NC General Statutes in Chapter 168 and Chapter 168A for additional information.

The project coordinator, Cody Davis, can be contacted at cjdavis0215@email.campbell.edu for more information about setting up a workshop or a training opportunity.

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