Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson and
Melissa Heelan Stanzione
Quicker alleviation for handicapped trainees from particular government legislation offenses might be possible
after a consentaneous United States Supreme Court decision Feb. 22 (
Fry v. Napoleon Cmty. Sch.
, 2017 BL 54114,, US, No. 15-497, 2/22/17
Ehlena Fry sued her institution under the Americans With Disabilities Act after the college
declinedchose not to permit her service canine, Wonder the Goldendoodle, into her Kindergarten course.
The high court narrowed the kinds of claims that must first go throughexperience a prolonged management
process at the institution prior to going to government court.