Brigham Fordham is a law professor and attorney living in Phoenix, Arizona. His research has explored the legal ramifications of freak shows, the intersection between new genetic technologies and disability, and the ways that personal injury law affects how people view disability. In addition to teaching and writing, Fordham assists private clients with intellectual property questions. Fordham broke his neck as a teenager and is a C5-6 quad. He studied literature at the University of Utah and law at UC Berkeley. He has been a New Mobility reader since the beginning. His research papers are available online: ssrn.com/author=1126862.