April 10, 2023

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Central Time

Disability and the Law

Rubloff Building Room 175, Chicago, Illinois

Please join DLS and ACS at the Disability and the Law event. The goal of this panel is to have a conversation on how having a disability can impact one's experience in the legal profession. Coffee and donuts will be provided to in-person attendees.


Katelyn Keegan is a graduate of the University of Baltimore, where she founded and led a chapter of DLSA. Katelyn works as a program manager in a JD advantage position with the US Department of Defense. She is also Deputy Lead of the Montgomery County (MD) Virtual Emergency Response Team. She currently holds the position of Director of Professional Development at the National Disabled Law Students Association.


Lilith Siegel is a disabled queer lawyer and a graduate of University of California Berkeley. When she isn't involved in disability rights awareness and activism, she is serving as a clerk to the Honorable Nathanael Cousins on the U/S/ District Court for the Northern District of California.