A Tale of Two Attorneys: Endrew F. and More

Come listen to two New York Westchester area attorneys—Stephanie M. Roebuck, Esq. an attorney who advises school districts and Marion M. Walsh, Esq. an attorney for students with disabilities and their parents, answer YOUR questions and discuss the new Endrew F. Supreme Court decision (where the Court ruled against a bare minimum standard for an appropriate education and decided that the IDEA requires schools to offer an IEP “appropriately ambitious” in light of the child’s circumstances).  

Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location:  The Mahopac Library, 3rd Floor Community Room,
668 Route 6, Mahopac, NY

Anyone interested in issues impacting the education of students with disabilities is encouraged to attend!  

Moderated by:   Julie Passman, Esq. 

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Sponsored by: The Lower Hudson Valley Special Education Task

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