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AHLA Accessibility Statement

American Health Law Association (AHLA) is committed to ensuring that barriers do not exclude people from attending or participating in AHLA meetings, conferences, and other professional events.

AHLA offers accessibility accommodations for our in-person programs. When using the online program registration form, attendees may request auditory, visual, mobility, or other assistance; special dietary needs, e.g., food restrictions, specific allergies; or need for lactation space. If you require additional reasonable accommodations that are not already being provided or listed above, please contact Kerry Hoggard at [email protected] or (202) 833-0760.

AHLA is also committed to providing a website that is accessible to everyone.

To further this commitment, we are using Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, Level AA, which provides standards for making web content more accessible for all visitors, including people with disabilities.

Continuous Monitoring of Content

In the interest of staying ahead of emerging technology, the AHLA website is tested regularly with the latest software and methodologies to maintain accessible content for all. Specifically, the AHLA website is tested with assistive technology including screen reader software, alternative input (keyboard only) functionality, color contrast analyzers and magnification software.  In addition to accessibility compatibility testing, the AHLA website is also tested for usability. It is our goal to not only meet the minimum accessibility standards, but to exceed them by ensuring that the website is also usable. We are committed to addressing any issues that may arise while accessing our digital content and will provide assistance to those with disabilities as needed if immediate solutions are not available.

Do You Need Assistance?

If you are having issues accessing any information on our website, please contact Kerry Hoggard at [email protected] or (202) 833-0760. Your experience and ideas are our highest priority. No issue is too small, and we welcome your feedback.


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