“As much of the daily practice of law moves to web-based technologies, it is increasingly important that all members of the legal community — lawyers and non-lawyers alike — understand the need for websites that are accessible to all audiences. Efforts to ensure that websites are accessible to disabled persons, simply referred to as “web accessibility,” allow people with disabilities to perceive, understand, navigate, interact with, and contribute to the web. In doing so, they promote full and open access to the legal profession — a longstanding ABA goal. To help you better understand web accessibility and how it can be implemented by your firm or organization, we’ve collected the[se] useful resources…”
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