David Ferleger in the legal literature

David Ferleger is a “nationally known disability rights attorney.”

Stanley S. Herr, Special Education Law and Children With Reading and Other Disabilities, 28 J. L. & Educ. 337 (1999)

“Cause lawyer David Ferleger was involved in several of these cases.”

Michael Ashley Stein, Michael E. Waterstone, and David B. Wilkins, Cause Lawyering for People with Disabilities, Law and the Contradictions of the Disability Rights Movement, by Samuel R. Bagenstos, 123 Harv. L. Rev. 1658 (2010).

“Ferleger has been called a ‘pertinacious attorney.’”

Kurt Schwarz, Tribute to the Honorable Chief Judge Harold Barefoot Sanders: My Favorite Year: What a Law Clerk Learned About Justice, Judging, and Litigation From Working on One Case With Barefoot Sanders, 62 SMU L. Rev. 1657 (2009))

David Ferleger’s works cited in the legal literature

Judge George C. Hanks, Jr, Searching from Within: The Role of Magistrate Judges in Federal Multi-District Litigation, 2015 Fed. Courts. L. Rev. 35 (2015)

Jasmine E. Harris, Processing Disability, 64 Am. U. L. Rev. 457 (2015)

Carol Beatty, Symposium: Health Law Policy: Legal Issues in the Evolving Healthcare Market: Comment: Implementing Olmstead by Outlawing Waiting Lists, 49 Tulsa L. Rev. 713 (2014)

Samuel R. Bagenstos, The Past and Future of Deinstitutionalization Litigation, 34 Cardozo L. Rev. 1 (2012)

Arlene S Kanter, There’s No Place Like Home: The Right to Live in the Community for People with Disabilities, Under International Law and the Domestic Laws of the United States and Israel, 45 Isr. L. Rev. 181 (2012)

Joshua L. Friedman, and Gary C. Norman, The Norman/Friedman Principle: Equal Rights to Information and Technology Access, 18 Tex. J. on C .L.& C.R. 47 (2012)

Yael Zakai Cannon, There’s No Place Like Home: Realizing the Vision of Community-Based Mental Health Treatment for Children, 61 DePaul L. Rev. 1049 (2012)

Kevin M. Cremin, Challenges to Institutionalization: The Definition of “Institution” and the Future of Olmstead Litigation, 17 Tex. J. on C.L. & C.R. 143 (2012)

Karen Syma Czapanskiy, Disabled Kids and Their Moms: Caregivers and Horizontal Equity, 19 Geo. J. Poverty Law & Pol’y 43 (2012)

Daniel Stewart, How Do the States Regulate Restraint and Seclusion in Public Schools? A Survey of the Strengths and Weaknesses in State Laws, 34 Hamline L. Rev. 531 (2011)

Glenna Riley, The Pursuit of Integrated Living: The Fair Housing Act as a Sword for Mentally Disabled Adults Residing in Group Homes, 45 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 177 (2011)

Gillian Lester, Can Joe the Plumber Support Redistribution? Law, Social Preferences, and Sustainable Policy Design, 64 Tax L. Rev. 313 (2011)

Robert W. Emerson, The French Huissier as a Model for U.S. Civil Procedure Reform, 43 U. Mich. J. L. Reform 1043 (2010)

Amanda Peters, Lawyers Who Break the Law: What Congress Can Do to Prevent Mental Health Patient Advocates from Violating Federal Legislation, 89 Or. L. Rev. 133 (2010)

Alexis C. Fox, Animal Law, Using Special Masters to Advance the Goals of Animal Protection Laws, 15 Animal L. 87 (2008)

Michael L. Perlin, Symposium: The American with Disabilities Act: A Ten-year Retrospective: “For the Misdemeanor Outlaw”: The Impact of the ADA on the Institutionalization of Criminal Defendants with Mental Disabilities, 52 Ala. L. Rev. 193 (2000)

Michael L. Perlin, Health Care and the Americans with Disabilities Act: “Their Promises of Paradise”: Will Olmstead v. L.C. Resuscitate the Constitutional “Least Restrictive Alternative” Principle in Mental Disability Law?, 37 Hous. L. Rev. 999 (2000)

Lynn Pierce, Trend and Development: Raising the Roof on Community Housing for People with Disabilities: Class Actions in Canada, 6 Appeal 22 (2000)

Michael L. Perlin, There’s No Success Like Failure/And Failure’s No Success at All” 1 Bob Dylan, Love Minus Zero/No Limit, on Bringing It All Back Home (Sony Music 1965). : Exposing the Pretextuality of Kansas v. Hendricks, 92 NW. U.L. Rev. 1247 (1998)

Michael L. Perlin, Symposium: Individual Rights and Reasonable Accommodations Under the Americans with Disabilities Act: “Make Promises by the Hour” Bob Dylan, Love Minus Zero/No Limits on Bringing It All Back Home (1965).: Sex, Drugs, the ADA, and Psychiatric Hospitalization, 46 DePaul L. Rev. 947 (1997)

Herbert A. Eastman, Speaking Truth to Power: The Language of Civil Rights Litigators., 104 Yale L. J. 763 (1995)

Michael L. Perlin, Keri K. Gould and Deborah A. Dorfman, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Mentally Disabled Persons: Hopeless Oxymoron or Path to Redemption, 1 Psych. Pub. Pol. and L. 80 (1995)

William Christian, Note: Normalization as a Goal: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Individuals with Mental Retardation., 73 Tex. L. Rev. 409 (1994)

Michael L. Perlin, Symposium: The ADA and Persons with Mental Disabilities: Can Sanist Attitudes Be Undone?, 8 J. L. & Health 15 (1993-94)

Disclaimer: References to Mr. Ferleger’s career and work are not to be considered as endorsements or as suggestions to retain Mr. Ferleger.