New Jersey lawyer focusing on special education law and employment law

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Remembering Sophie Lancaster

Goth is a subculture in which people often wear black clothing and listen to a variety of music, including punk rock, heavy metal, gothic rock, and

Summer Blog Post Round-up

Here are some recommended blog articles you might have missed this summer. This is divided into three separate categories: special education,

Can You Do This? Part VI

Can you juggle on crutches? This guy is amazing! Boy with Down’s Syndrome sings “Amazing

An Evening with Henry Winkler and Marlee Matlin

On April 29, 2010, a very special event took place at the Congregation B’nai Jeshurun synagogue in Short Hills, New Jersey. Actor Henry Winkler and

Resources for Parents who have Children with Disabilities in New Jersey

New Jersey may be a small state, but there is clearly no shortage of attorneys, advocates, health care professionals, support groups, and disability

Can You Do This? Part V

Josh Blue has cerebral palsy, but he may very well be one of the funniest comedians ever! If you’ve never heard of Paul Smith, also known as

Dreams and Hopes

I discovered Ellen Seidman’s blog, Love That Max, about two months ago. Upon learning that Ellen’s son Max has cerebal palsy and unspecified

Whither Aspergers?

The news that Asperger’s Syndrome may be removed from the next edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (better known as

Valentine’s Day is for Disabled People Too

When a mother looks for a girlfriend on her son’s behalf, it may not sound so strange. But Lucy Baxter’s 21 year old son, Otto, has Down’s Syndrome.

Special Needs Camps

On this blog, I usually write about legal issues related to service animals, special education, student rights, or disability discrimination. Once in