Recent case law is changing the way hearing officers interpret and administer IDEA requirements. And, if you aren’t up-to-date on these trends, it will be your clients who suffer.
Hearing officers are trending towards a definition of free and appropriate education (FAPE) that places greater responsibility on educators who serve special education students and gives parents seeking reimbursement for unilateral placement a stronger argument.
During this powerful one-hour segment Melanie E. Dunn, former Deputy Attorney General of New Jersey, will reveal the latest case law trends affecting hearing officer decisions and what interested parties from either side should know before entering into a hearing such as:
Plus, get an opportunity to ask this industry-leading expert your IDEA FAPE and LRE questions following the webinar.
Who Should Attend:
Join us to learn how to prosecute or defend IDEA unilateral placements and win.
Melanie Dunn is an attorney with a Connecticut-based practice focused on the representation of parents in special education, student discipline, and related education law matters. Prior to her current role as an advocate for parents of children with special needs, Ms. Dunn represented boards of education in matters inv... More info