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Special Education LawElementary, Middle, and High School Education

Individualized Education Plans (IEP) : Federal law requires that all public school children who meet the special education requirements be given an individualized plan tailored to meet their education needs.  We have years of experience representing students at IEP meetings so that they can be successful in school.  If necessary, we will also take other actions for your child that may be related to an IEP, such as mediations, due process appeals, and other legal actions.

504 Plans : Section 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 ensures that children with disabilities cannot be discriminated against by the school on the basis of their disability, such as being excluded from activities. Our attorneys will represent your child’s needs under Section 504, whether it be in a school 504 meeting or in other ways that best helps your child’s needs.

Standardized Testing Accommodations : Students with disabilities often need accommodations on standardized testing in order to do their best.  Accommodations are particularly important on standardized tests such as the CRCT, PSAT, SAT, and Georgia High School Graduation Test.

Disciplinary Hearings : Our attorneys have represented students who must appear before a disciplinary tribunal because of alleged violations of student conduct codes.Your child is entitled to a fair and unbiased hearing. We can represent your child at the initial hearing and can also represent them at any appeals that are necessary.  Because some school violations can also be criminal violations punishable in juvenile court, it is important that your student obtain legal representation at the earliest possible time in the disciplinary process.

College, Graduate, and Post-Graduate Education

College, Graduate School, Post Graduate, Law School, Medical School : Students with disabilities often need accommodations in college and post-graduate school. Our attorneys are skilled at representing students in higher education when they need accommodations for disabilities in the classroom.  We are also experienced in obtaining testing accommodations for students on standardized tests such as the GRE (Graduate Record Exam), LSAT (Law School Admissions Test), MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) for graduate and professional schools; bar examinations for law students; and NBME (National Board of Medical Examiners) for medical students.


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Serving clients throughout the State of Georgia on most cases, and representing clients in bankruptcy court who are residents of the following areas: 
Dekalb, Gwinnett, Fulton, Rockdale, Henry & Clayton Counties including Atlanta, Dunwoody, Alpharetta, Buckhead, Decatur, Emory, Lithonia, Clarkston
Roswell, Sandy Springs, Tucker, Northlake, Stone Mountain, Chamblee, Scottdale, Avondale Estates, Doraville, Lilburn, Pine Lake, Redan, & Snellville

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