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Exploring Autonomy and Awareness

Adam Cureton

What are the ethical and legal issues in disability advocacy and how should they be addressed? That was the focus of the Albany Government Law Review’s annual symposium, Autonomy and Awareness, held February 27. Dr. Adam Cureton, associate professor of philosophy at the University of Tennessee, served as the event’s keynote speaker as well as a panelist.

The panel, moderated by President and Dean Alicia Ouellette, also included the Honorable Kristin Booth Glen, CUNY School of Law dean emerita and director of Supported Decision-Making New York, and Professor Nancy Maurer, director of field placement and pro bono scholar programs at The Justice Center at Albany Law School.

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