In what could be a very significant break though in the law, the Supreme Court agreed to review the 6th Circuit decision in Fry v. Napoleon. Fry was a case involving allowing a service dog in school and whether parents need to exhaust administrative remedies before going to court. Exhaustion means that parents need to pursue a case through the hearing process before bringing a case to court. Obviously having to litigate before an administrative tribunal that often has limited jurisdiction before being able to litigate issues in court creates a significant hurdle to full adjudication. Here is the Justice Department's brief seeking review in the Supreme Court. Fry if decided for the parents may allow greater access to court for cases under ADA, 504 and IDEA. Stay tuned it is going to be interesting.