Category Archives: Special Ed Attorneys

Top 5 Tips for Reviewing School Evaluations: Tip 1

Published on July 8, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

how to increase penis size I am by no means a psychiatrist, psychologist, school psychologist, special education teacher, or related service provider.  I am not licensed or trained in administering any of the test typically given to students with disabilities in our public schools.  However, over the many years I have been representing children with […]

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

Published on May 18, 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 […]

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

Published on May 17, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

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

Published on May 14, 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 […]

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 […]

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

Published on May 8, 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 […]

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

Published on May 6, 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 […]

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

Published on May 4, 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 […]

10 Tips To Starting a Special Education Law Practice, Part I

Published on May 2, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

As a Connecticut special education attorney, you may think I am the worst businesswoman on the planet to be writing a series like this.  Unfortunately there are so many children with special education needs out there whose parents require the help of good lawyers, that many of us who are already representing kids throughout the […]