Since they were filed earlier this month, the NAD v. Harvard and NAD v. MIT cases have received press coverage throughout the Boston area and the Northeast as well as around the country.
The cases have even been featured in Harvard’s own daily student newspaper, the Harvard Crimson. Staff writer Tyler Olkowski asked several legal experts around the country their opinion on the lawsuits. A professor from Harvard Law School was particularly supportive of the plaintiffs’ case:
“Harvard Law School professor Martha A. Field…argu[ed] that…the university is required to caption the materials. ‘It’s not a gray area,’ she said. ‘It’s explicit in the ADA act that universities are covered.'”
Read the entire article on The Harvard Crimson’s website.
For more press coverage of the NAD v. Harvard and NAD v. MIT cases, check out the write-ups in New York Times, Boston Globe, Reuters, Ability Magazine, FastCompany, UPI, ABC News, Boston Herald, The Huffington Post, The Verge, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.