The founder of the firm and now retired after 20+ years of practice, has written:
The history of disability rights. The book focuses on parental advocacy and how it evolved in Washington State and elsewhere.
The current owner of the firm, is the editor or co-editor of three disability texts:
A collection of fiction and non-fiction pieces that focus on disability from a variety of perspectives. It is an enjoyable read for anyone who loves thinking about disability.
A textbook containing chapters on wide-ranging modern issues relating to disability. It is a collection of abridged cases, modern articles, and questions for discussion.
A collection of sixteen full-length, landmark U.S. Supreme Court opinions about disability, spanning from 1972 until the present.