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DRA is one of the leading non-profit disability rights legal centers in the nation. For nearly twenty years its landmark lawsuits have set legal precedents and enforced civil rights for millions of people with disabilities throughout the country. DRA seeks to remedy systemic problems through class action and other high-impact litigation across the nation. Its cases have improved the lives of millions of people with a variety of disabilities.

DRA has thirteen lawyers, many of whom have disabilities. Its lawyers work in multiple practice areas such as education, employment, emergency planning, health care, access to public and private facilities & services, technology, telecommunications, transportation and veterans benefits. DRA does not charge its client’s fees for legal representation. It is a private non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that is supported by tax deductible donations, foundation grants, and legal fees in cases in which it prevails. DRA is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in Berkeley, California and New York City.