All CUNY School of Law electronic and information technologies must be accessible to all individuals who wish to access them, and accessibility must be addressed in connection with the procurement, development, implementation, and ongoing maintenance for all existing and new electronic and information technology acquisitions.
It is the responsibility of our administrators, faculty, and staff to ensure equal and effective electronic and information technology access.
Any information and technology including, but not limited to, computers and ancillary equipment, instructional materials, software, videos, multimedia, telecommunications, or web-based content or products, developed, procured, maintained, or used in carrying out university activities must be compliant with Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended; New York State IT Policy NYS-P08-005, and other related local, state, and federal laws, and University policies.
Compliance means a person with a disability must be able to acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services as a person without a disability, and be able to do so in an equally effective manner, with substantially equivalent ease of use. The person with a disability must be able to obtain the information and services as timely, fully, equally, and independently as a person without a disability.
Complaints concerning technology accessibility
If you have difficulty accessing electronic or information technologies due to a disability, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the following information:
- the web address of the requested material,
- a description of the accessibility problem,
- the preferred format to receive the requested material,
- and your contact information (name, email address, and phone number).
Complaints that electronic information and information technologies are not accessible should be made under the process set forth in CUNY’s Procedures for Implementing Reasonable Accommodations.
Students with complaints should contact the Office of Disability Services & Accommodations and our Chief Diversity Officer, Michael Valente.
Employees with complaints should contact the Office of Human Resources.
Members of the public with complaints should contact email@example.com
Accessibility of law.cuny.edu website
We affirm our commitment to making web-based, electronic content accessible to everyone who uses the site.
We use the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Version 2.1, AA conformance level as its accessibility standard.
We welcome comments or suggestions on improving the accessibility of its website and information technologies. Please send comments or suggestions on accessibility to: firstname.lastname@example.org