Jeffery Moore Supreme Court Case Information Session

In November 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada handed down a monumental decision, supporting the rights of students living with learning disabilities to meaningful access to the same education that all other children in Canada can access.

On Tuesday, April 9th LDANL offered a public information session and discussion on the ruling hosted by Dr. David Philpott and leading national human rights lawyer Yude Henteleff.  The event was attended by a number individuals with disabilities, parents, educators who shared personal opinions and aided in fostering discussion about the case and its indications for human rights.

Mooe Case Educational Implications

Disclaimer: the Learning Disabilities Association of Newfoundland and Labrador, under recommendation of Yude Henteleff, would like to make it clear that none of the information contained within the above documents should be considered legal counsel. Any legal action taken (in whole, or in part) should not be based solely upon the information above without seeking personal legal counsel. LDANL is in no way responsible for legal action taken based on the above documents and strongly urges the public to seek individualized legal counsel before pursing any course of action which may have legal or financial risks.