In designing law.cuny.edu, CUNY School of Law affirms its commitment to making web-based, electronic content accessible to everyone who uses our site. From the inception of this project, CUNY School of Law has striven to acquire website development and presentation technologies consistent with existing standards and guidelines for web accessibility. CUNY School of Law is further committed to a strategy of product enhancements that will keep pace with changing technologies, accessibility guidelines, and regulations.

This first release of law.cuny.edu is or will soon be fully compliant with the following web accessibility standards:

  • Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended
  • World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C WAI) Priority Level One

Law.cuny.edu also meets most of the criteria for W3C Priority Level 2.

Law.cuny.edu is a work in progress and provides links to many accessible and non-accessible sites. As we continue to advance and enhance law.cuny.edu, we will work with the university and others to make content accessible.

These tests have been conducted independently of the law.cuny.edu project by the CUNY Assistive Technology Services (CATS), which serves members of the CUNY community concerned about electronic and information access.

Reports about the accessibility of any aspect of law.cuny.edu are welcome via e-mail to the webmaster.

If your question is directed at a CUNY site that is administered outside of law.cuny.edu, we will make every effort to forward your question to the appropriate site administrator.