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Special Education Legal
Advocacy and Representation

Effective September 4, 2020 the Law Offices of Schwartz & Storey will officially closed its doors. For over 8 years, over a thousand cases, more than 15 hearings, with appeals that have gone to the District and Appellate Courts, we fought to obtain the services and supports that were required by law and necessary to appropriately education the student. We have enjoyed working with you and watching your kids grow and reach their potential. We have been fortunate to be part of an incredible community in San Diego supporting kids and young adults of all abilities.

Services Offered

IEP & 504 Meetings

Manifestation Determinations

Record Requests & Review

Organization & Planning

Compliance Complaints

Due Process Hearings

Regional Center Fair Hearings

Appeals

« More Services »

special education attorney, legal advocacy and representation

Quick Tips, Pocket Sized
Special Education Topics!

Quick Tips is a series of pocket sized, subject specific, tips to navigating special education. Our first three Quick Tips are on IEP Meetings, Special Education Basics, and Record Keeping. Each Quick Tips features nine small easy to remember tips in a logical order. Have a few minutes to spare before an IEP meeting? Review the Quick Tips for some last minute reminders. Contact us for the latest Quick Tips and we'll send you a free copy!

Services Offered

IEP & 504 Meetings

Manifestation Determinations

Record Requests & Review

Organization & Planning

Compliance Complaints

Due Process Hearings

Regional Center Fair Hearings

Appeals

« More Services »

Special Education Law

IDEA IEP section 504 plan ADA law Children with special needs face unique challenges in obtaining a free and "appropriate" public education. The law recognizes these challenges and provides special protections to accommodate your child's special needs, individualize the educational program, ensure parent participation, and protect against discrimination. This article broadly discusses the three main sources of education law (the IDEA, Section 504, and the ADA). Read more »

Attorney Seth Schwartz

education children student attorney"Practicing special education law is a very personal decision for me. My sister has autism and I've experienced the direct impact of the disability on her education and our family. Growing up I watched my parents struggle when making the choices that affected my sister's emotional, social, and academic growth. When I think about my job as an attorney and legal advocate I always keep that perspective in the forefront." Read more »

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