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What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You

Published on June 24, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

One of the most important things that I do in my practice as a special education attorney is to try to empower parents of children with special education needs.  I tell my clients up front that one of my main goals of representation is to get them to a place where they either don’t need […]

10 Tips for Starting a Special Education Law Practice, Part V

Published on May 12, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

The stakes are incredibly high when one is representing the interests of children with special education needs.  While I think it is a good idea to weigh the “pros and cons” of entering any field of practice, or any profession for that matter, my personal belief is that this particular calling requires more consideration, research […]