I am a parent and a Special Education Attorney. After graduating law school, I searched for a way to use my legal skills in a way that would benefit families. I became passionate about education and advocating for families of children with special needs. I have extensive experience advocating for families with children with special needs at IEP meetings but also at the Bureau for Special Education Appeals.
I am a former prosecutor with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I was also a student prosecutor for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
I have worked at the Federation for Children with Special Needs but also volunteers as an SESP as an education advocate for children in DCF custody.
I bring my legal experience with me to help your child. I am dedicated to helping you advocate for your child’s best interest.
Boston University School of Law
Juris Doctorate, 2010
Federation for Children with Special Needs
Parent Consultant Training
Admitted to Massachusetts Bar, 2010
Women’s Bar Association