Denise Dimson Rekem, Esq., focuses her practice on the representation of individuals... more
Denise Dimson Rekem, Esq., focuses her practice on the representation of individuals with special needs and their families in the areas of early intervention, special education, transition and adult services, residential placements, guardianships, bullying and discipline. Ms. Rekem worked for several years at Weil Gotshal & Manges before taking time off to raise her three children, one of whom ... view profile
Hillary D. Freeman is deeply committed to her work representing people with... more
Hillary D. Freeman is deeply committed to her work representing people with disabilities and their families. As a sister of a man with autism, she is able to combine personal experience with her legal training to help families advocate for services and supports. She has experience before Administrative agencies and Superior Court in special education issues, higher education issues includi... view profile
Education laws relate to how our schools operate. They cover matters like educational standards, school district and school board authority, student attendance, discipline, and dress code requirements. An education lawyer advises school districts and school boards and represents them in disputes with students, teachers, and parents. Education lawyers also represent parents who have issues with their children's education. For example, if you think your child has been improperly suspended from school, an education lawyer will help you determine if challenging the suspension is within your legal rights.