New Jersey lawyer focusing on special education law and employment law

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Parents with Disabilities?: Yes, they can!

When Kaney O’Neill was 21 years old and working as a Navy airman apprentice, she fell off a balcony and broke her neck. Thereafter, she had minima

Can You Do This? Part IV

Incredible choreography — a one-armed woman and a one-legged man do ballet John Bramblitt is an absolutely amazing painter by someone who’s

Can You Do This? Part III

If you had little or no use of one or both legs, would you be able to breakdance? These guys rock! If you were deaf, do you think you would b

The Lovely Blog Awards: My 15 Nominees

A couple of days ago, I received a very cool email from Jennifer Laviano, a Connecticut Special Education attorney, informing me that my blog is

Can You Do This? Part II

If you had two fingers on each hand, could you play the piano? Pianist Hee Ah Lee can! Could you play a Tom Petty song on guitar with your

Real Jury Managers Don’t Show Up At Your Door

In the August 31, 2009 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal, I learned that there is a new identity theft scheme occurring in New Jersey (and possibly

Language Freedom: What does it mean to you?

In 2006, a cheesesteak delicatessen in Philadelphia made waves when the proprietor hung up a sign that read: “This is AMERICA: WHEN ORDERING PLEASE

Can You Do This?

Can you ride a wheelchair? Well, how about a wheelchair backflip? Check out Aaron Fotheringham’s amazing feat: Can you fly a plane with your