W&M Law Institute of Special Education Advocacy

The William & Mary Law Institute of Special Education Advocacy August 9-12, 2011 Apply Now! This is a four day training program hosted by the W&M School of Law and Continue Reading →

I Want to Make a Difference. Is Special Ed Law for Me?

(1)  I’m finishing my undergraduate degree in Special Education and want to work in Special Ed law. Do I need a doctorate and a law degree? I don’t care about Continue Reading →

Mythbusters! A Workshop for Families of Children with Special Needs

Williamsburg, VA: Thursday, April 15, 2010 from 4:30-6:00 PM Parents Engaged for Learning Equality (PELE), the Special Education Advocacy Clinic at WM Law School, will host a free workshop for Continue Reading →

Can School Attorneys Legally Attend IEP Team Meetings?

Pete and Pam Wright were adjunct professors at William & Mary Law School where they co-taught a Special Education Law class and consulted with the PELE  Special Education Advocacy Clinic. Continue Reading →

Judge Sotomayor Knows About Learning Disabilities – “She Got It!”

As we watched the confirmation hearings on Judge Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Pete said: “In the Bartlett case, Judge Sotomayor wrote the best description of  learning disabilities Continue Reading →

Our Law Student’s Success Story

In January, Pete and I became adjunct professors at the William & Mary Law School. We teach a Special Education Law and Advocacy class and assist the Law School with Continue Reading →