This Accessibility Statement applies to: (Uniform Law Commission)

We Value Digital Inclusion

In our effort to provide a fully accessible and optimized user experience for all site visitors, the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) has taken careful measure to ensure an excellent user experience, regardless of the technology being used to access this site or the specific abilities of those individuals seeking access to this site.

Improving the User Experience for Users of Assistive Technologies Web Accessibility Guidelines

As a first priority, the ULC has leveraged the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 as reference to ensure the web content made available from this site is accessible for individuals with disabilities and user friendly for everyone.

From this perspective, our website is monitored and tested regularly by web accessibility experts. As usability issues are identified, results of this testing are managed through the AudioEye® Ally Platform and as new solutions are discovered to improve the user experience, remediation is applied and/or tracked through the AudioEye system.

This website has been tested using a variety of assistive technologies.

We recommend using the following web browser / screen reader combinations for an optimized experience:

For Windows users: JAWS and Internet Explorer or NVDA and Firefox
For Mac users: VoiceOver and Safari
For mobile users: VoiceOver for the iPhone and TalkBack for Android devices

Best Practices

To provide the most universally accessible web experience possible, these are some of the many best practices that have been adopted across the ULC website:

  • Semantically structured markup includes appropriate headings, paragraphs, and lists for keyboard or screen reader navigation and to aid in page comprehension.
  • Alternative formats provided for all multimedia content, including captions and full transcripts.
  • Links include unique and descriptive text that helps describe the link destination.
  • ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) attributes for additional information about links and indication of new browser windows.
  • Alternative attributes included for all images.
  • Tables used for data; all data cells in a data table are associated with their respective headers.
  • Skip Navigation links within the page header provide quick access to page content.
  • Association of form fields with labels, and form error messages with ARIA attributes to the form field.
  • All pages have page titles and title tags written for easy comprehension of the page content.
  • We validate that all links and buttons can be accessed with a keyboard in a logical tab order, and that all content is read to assistive technologies in the correct reading order.
  • Providing Users with a Free & Customizable Assistive Utility

Ally Toolbar

In addition to the above-mentioned techniques and strategies – and since not all site visitors have access to assistive tools such as screen readers – the ULC has provided unique and innovative Web Enhancement Tools that provides a customizable user experience for site visitors who choose to engage it. Access the Ally Toolbar by clicking on the following symbol at the bottom-right of any webpage on the domain: 

Dedicated Web Accessibility Help Desk

As another layer of support, dedicated web accessibility experts are available to assist site visitors with any issues accessing content and the various services and functions made available across the ULC website. Across the AudioEye enabled website, end-users may choose to engage with the AudioEye Ally Web Accessibility Help Desk to report and troubleshoot accessibility related issues.


If you enjoyed using the ULC’s website, or if you encounter issues with any page on our site that presents a challenge for individuals with disabilities, please submit your feedback.

To engage with an AudioEye Ally Service Representative, please submit a trouble ticket or call us at 866-331-5324.

Third Party Sites

In addition to this website, we make use of different 3rd party websites such as LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook to spread news and information about the ULC. These sites, which are not controlled by the ULC, may present challenges for individuals with disabilities that we are not able to control or remediate. Please know that these sites are not used as the sole source of (or sole vehicle for communicating) important information.

We also utilize products from Microsoft to capture our membership and legislation data.  Our website is an avenue to which this data is presented. 

As made publicly available, here are the Accessibility Policies provided from these 3rd party sites: Facebook Accessibility Policy Opens a New Window. YouTube Accessibility Policy Microsoft Accessibility

Accessibility Policy for Documents

The ULC has a large number of documents available on our website.  Due to the quantity and diversity of these documents, the ULC has made the following commitments regarding document accessibility:

Uniform and model acts published in 2021 or later, and all enactment materials for 2021 and later acts, will be made available at in a PDF format that complies with all relevant ADA* regulations and standards. 

The ULC also maintains a large archive of materials in both paper and digital form, stored in various file formats.  The ULC will provide an ADA compliant version of any archived document upon request.  Please contact the ULC Office at (312) 450-6600 or to make these requests.

You may also contact us by mail:

Uniform Law Commission
111 N. Wabash Ave Suite 1010
Chicago, IL 60602

* Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended.