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Bell Law Group Wheelchair Disability Scholarship

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Published: 2014-12-12

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New Bell Law Group scholarship will support one law student while raising awareness of mobility and accommodation issues.

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Making law school a little more accessible and affordable for one student, the Bell Law Group is launching a new $1,000 Wheelchair Disability Scholarship.

With a wealth of experience supporting disability discrimination claims, the Bell Law Group is a litigation law firm dedicated to fighting for the rights of federal and private employees.

Designated for a law student in a wheelchair, the new Wheelchair Disability Scholarship can be used for higher education tuition and expenses at any law school in the United States.

"At the Bell Law Group, we have seen first-hand how limited mobility can be a major challenge in workplaces and academic settings, so we created this scholarship to help raise awareness about mobility issues and to help educate both employers and employees on the importance of reasonable accommodations," said Jonathan Bell, Bell Law Group. "As litigators, we understand the fears and challenges men and women in wheelchairs face every day. We wanted to offer support, awareness and recognition while helping a future leading lawyer."

"From employee rights to disability rights, the Bell Law Group is dedicated to our clients and the next generation. We are thrilled to be able to support one law student's education and dreams," Bell added.

One of the most prestigious labor and employment law firms in the country, the New York-based Bell Law Group, PLLC is a litigation law firm dedicated to fighting for the rights of federal and private employees. For more information, please visit

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