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1.     Mohamed v University of Saskatchewan [2006] No. 39

When is it reasonable not to consider mental disability as a mitigating factor in cases involving students with mental disability accused of academic dishonesty?

2.      Priya Singh and the University of British Columbia [2011] No. 369

Under what conditions must universities allow “extraordinary relief” for students with mental disabilities? 

3.      Fisher v. York University [2011] OHRTD

What mitigating factors are taken into consideration when determining if a university failed to accommodate a student with a learning disability?

4.      Arenson v Law School Admission Council, Inc.  [2010] OHRTD No 46.

 What are the rights and responsibilities of the student with a learning disability who requests an exam accommodation and those of the service provider which administers the exam?  

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