The LSRA has policies and strategies to meet statutory accessibility duties.
Irish Sign Language Interpreters
The LSRA provides Irish Sign Language users with free interpretation when availing of or seeking to access statutory entitlements and services.
The LSRA will facilitate requests for Irish Sign Language interpreters.
Brian Doherty is the nominated Access Officer for the LSRA.
Any persons with disabilities seeking information or advice relating to accessing the services of the LSRA can contact Brian via email on: [email protected]
The Legal Services Regulatory Authority recognises the importance of ensuring that our website is accessible to everyone. Some of the features included to help people with disabilities are described below.
We are committed to achieving a conformance level of Triple-A with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines developed by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and complying with the National Disability Authority IT Accessibility Guidelines.
Some of the features included to help people with disabilities are described below.
An accessibility widget has been added to this website, which helps with the following:
Increasing or decreasing font size
Navigating keyboard links
Underlining links on the web page
Highlighting links on the web page
Inverting the website colours
A breadcrumb link is available at the top each page to help you navigate. The home page and all internal pages include a search box.
You can use the Tab key on your keyboard to jump from one link to the next. All navigation bars in the site provide a logical order for this.
All images on this site include descriptive ALT attributes. ALT titles are provided to explain the purpose of the image in question.
As described above, you can increase and decrease the font size.
You can also invert the colours of the web page using the accessibility widget on the left hand side.
If you encounter any difficulties in using this website, please let us know by using the Feedback widget on the right hand side.