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Description The Arizona Center for Disability Law is a non profit public interest law firm dedicated to protection and advocacy for individuals with disabilities.

The Center performs information and referral, education and outreach, individual representation, systemic reform litigation and public policy work on behalf of people with disabilities and their families.
Address 5025 E. Washington Street, Suite 202
Phoenix
Arizona
85034
United States of America
Phone number 602-274-6287
Fax number 602-274-6779
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Submission Date 12/12/10 (Edited 12/12/19)



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