Accessibility at UC Law SF

UC Law SF is committed to making its programs accessible, usable, and user-friendly to people with disabilities. As required by The Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, we seek to provide accessible programs and services to students, staff, faculty, and members of the public.


Accessible Parking Spaces are available in the UC Law SF Garage, 376 Larkin.

Accessibility for Students

The Disability Resource Program (DRP) is committed to ensuring that all students have an equal opportunity for success.

Events at UC Law SF

Need reasonable accommodations to attend an event? Call or email Disabilities Accommodations no later than 72 hours before the event.

Disabilities Accommodations Hotline: 415.565.4848


University Programs

Any activity open to the public must provide reasonable accommodation to any participant with a disability, including members of the community. All events open to the public must be held in accessible locations. Publicity for such events must include notice about how to request disability-related accommodations.

Accessibility of Electronic Resources

The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that an educational institution make its programs, services, and activities accessible to, and usable by, people with disabilities. When faculty and staff use the Internet to provide information, they are required to make that information accessible to those using adaptive technology.

UC Law SF is committed to ensuring that all electronic resources (web pages, Word documents, Adobe PDF files, graphic images, online forms, etc.) are fully compliant with accessibility standards. We are working with the Center for Accessible Technology to develop guidelines and testing procedures for staff and faculty in creating these resources to be fully screen-readable. We invite comments from disabled users to help improve any issues that they may encounter.

Grievance Procedures

UC Law SF policy prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. Staff, faculty, students, and community members who believe they have been denied access or discriminated against due to their disability are encouraged to bring their concerns to the attention of the appropriate party who will make every attempt to address the issues raised and/or will refer the matter for investigation per campus policies and procedures.

ADA/Section 504 Coordinator

Contact the ADA/504 Coordinator Andrea Bing at or 415-565-4733.