www.ADA.gov Americans with Disabilities Act Information and Technical
Assistance provided by the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division:
Information from the Connecticut Judicial Branch:
Research guides prepared by the Connecticut
Judicial Branch law librarians:
OLR Research Reports - Office of Legislative
Department of Consumer Protection:
211 Infoline eLibrary:
Connecticut Fair Housing
Connecticut Network for Legal Aid:
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities,
Internetworking, and Technology) Center, University of Washington, Seattle:
The Judicial Branch law
libraries hold a number of items which may be of help in
researching service animal and ADA law. Search the
online catalog for availability and locations.
It is also recommended that you
to access the
"Service Animals in Schools"
by Christina D. Ghio,
Connecticut Lawyer Volume 24 Number 8 (April 2014)
"Court Says Dogs Can Join
Kids On Witness Stand" by Amaris
Connecticut Law Tribune Volume 40 Number 23 (June 9, 2014)
Sec. 17a-22ee. Animal-assisted therapy. Volunteer canine crisis
response team. Crisis response program.
Sec. 22-364b. Control of dogs in proximity to guide dogs.
Sec.28-7. Local and joint organizations: Organization; powers; temporary aid.
Sec. 46a-44. Access of
guide and assistance dogs to modes of public transportation and in
places of public accommodation.
Sec. 46a-64. Discriminatory
public accommodations practices prohibited. Penalty.
Code of Federal Regulations