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31 Mental & Physical Disability L. Rep. 1 (2007)

handle is hein.journals/menphydis31 and id is 1 raw text is: A Publication of the American Bar Association
Commission on Mental and Physical Disability Law
Robert D. Evans, Associate Executive Director
Scott C. LaBarre, Chairperson
Carol E. Dinkins, Board of Governors Liaison
Editorial Advisory Board
Michael E. Waterstone, J.D., Associate Professor of Law,
Loyola Law School Los Angeles (Chair)
David M. Bergman, J.D., Director of Legal and Government
Affairs, American Association for Marriage and Family
Daniel B. Kohrman, J.D., M.P.A., Senior Attorney, AARP
Foundation Litigation
Anju M. Khubchandani, MA., Director, Disability Issues
Office, American Psychological Association
Martha E. Ford, J.D., Director of Legal Advocacy, The Arc of
the United States
Sheridan L. Neimark, BSChE, J.D., Autism Society of
Ira A. Burnim, J.D., Legal Director, Bazelon Center for Mental
Health Law
William J. Edwards, J.D., Deputy Public Defender, County of
Los Angeles
Gary P. Gross, J.D., Director, Jeanne A. Carpenter Epilepsy
Legal Defense Fund, Epilepsy Foundation
Mark A. Cody, J.D., Michigan Protection & Advocacy
Service, Inc.
Marc P. Charmatz, J.D., National Association for the Deaf
Law and Advocacy Center
Wendy E. Parmet, J.D., Matthews Distinguished University,
Professor of Law, Northeastern University School of Law
Robert N. Herman, J.D., Senior Advocacy Attorney,
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Alex J. Hurder, J.D., Clinical Professor of Law, Vanderbilt
University Law School
Michael A. Stein, J.D., Ph.D., Cabell Research Professor,
William & Mary Law School
Editor-in-Chief, John W. Parry
Managing Editor, Amy L Allbright
Staff Writers, Amy L AlIbright, F Philips Gilliam, Jr.
Contributing Writers, Marc Charmatz, Jennifer Kirby,
Catherine Messina, Susan Pannell, Marcia Semmes, Kimberly
Researcher, F Philips Gilliam, Jr.
Subscriptions Manager, Michael J. Stratton
Interns, Joseph M. Corcoran, III and Allison M. Kane
The Mental & Physical Disability Law Reporter, ISSN
#0883-7902, is published bimonthly (six times per year) by the
American Bar Association, 740 15th Street, NW, Washington,
DC 20005-1022, (202) 662-1570 (voice), (202) 662-1012 (I-rY.
Subscription price for institution, agency, library, law firm and
foreign subscribers is $384; personal subscription rate is $324.
Copyright @ 2007 by the American Bar Association (USPS
399-530). Periodicals postage paid at Washington, DC and
additional mailing offices. Postmaster: Send address changes
to Mental & Physical Disability Law Reporter, ABA, 740 15th
Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005-1022. The views and
opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent the
policies of the American Bar Association or of the organizations
represented on the Editorial Advisory Board unless specifically
adopted as such. Research performed on Westlaw
compliments of West Group.

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January February 2007

Dedication to an Honest Man
In the time of Alexander, Diogenes searched the streets of Athens,
endlessly, for an honest man. Today, Diogenes would find this rare
individual: Robert D. Evans.
In an illustrious career at the ABA that spanned 35 years, Robert D.
Evans, the Associate Executive Director, has run the ABA's
Washington DC office, directed the Governmental Affairs Office,
served as the Senior Manager who advocated for the Reporter
before the Board of Governors, and signed off on every major
Reporter initiative and expense. Bob will be retiring this March. We
dedicate this issue of the Reporter to him. His honesty, insights,
principles, and sense of humor will be missed by our Commission
staff and the entire DC office staff.
John Parry
Amy Allbright
Phil Gilliam
Jonathan Simeone
Michael Stratton

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