Recent Graduates’ New Practice Featured in Local Newspaper

OC Register, September 10, 2014


“Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett believe that schools should stop segregating students with learning or physical disabilities.

It creates inequality in the education system, they say.

“We’re still getting the same segregation for children with disabilities that kids of different races had years ago,” Selogie said.

Last month the duo started Selogie & Brett, a law practice focused on special education to help Southern California’s children get therapy and other services guaranteed by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and other laws. They began working as legal advocates, primarily for parents who are acting on behalf of their children in school districts.”

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