Think Like a Lawyer: Analyzing Special Education

A Conversation with Brice Palmer about thinking like a Lawyer!

[REGISTERJoin us on Wed., September 3, 2015 at 7:30 PM for a Conversation with Brice about thinking like a lawyer and getting the appropriate services.] 
In our first INCIID article we said you don’t have to be a lawyer to be a good parent advocate; “You just need to know how to think like one.”

Well – surprise, surprise. If you Google the term “think like a lawyer” you will find lawyers do not have a universal definition of what thinking like a lawyer means. There are thousands of articles, blog articles, academic papers, and web sites that talk about what it means to think like a lawyer.

Experience taught me that parents are far more aware of what their child’s special education problem is than others realize. The rub comes when parents do not know how to explain the problems in a way the procedural system deals with resolving problems.

The one word that appears in all the articles I read about thinking like a lawyer is the word analysis.

Read the article and basis for the discussion here

Event Date: 
Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 19:30 to 20:30

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