Settlement Creates State-Level Unique Class For Deaf Children
Professor William Koski and Stanford Law's Youth and Education Law Project are covered in a Daily Journal article describing the settlement in a case involving a child with multiple disabilities:
William Koski, a Stanford law professor who acted as co-counsel for J.C. and her parents, worked on the case with a dozen Stanford law students involved in the school's youth and education clinic, which Koski founded.
"It's been a big concern for us that the school for the deaf had the practice, if not written policy, of not serving kids who are deaf with additional severe to moderate disabilities," Koski said.
Bingham McCutchen attorneys William Abrams and Mazen Basrawi worked pro bono with Koski on the case.