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Brice Palmer

Practice Name: 
<p>Lawtemps LLC<br /> PO Box 255&nbsp;<br /> Benson, VT 05731<br /> Phone: (802) 537-3022<br /> Fax: (802) 537-3022</p>
(802) 537-3022
(802) 537-3022

Brice is an independent advocate for special education parents.

He is an active working advocate, writer, editor, and researcher. He pioneered combining one-on-one support and advocacy training for parents. He’s been at it for 17 years.

He also provides litigation support services to pro se parents and to licensed attorneys for special education appeals in the federal district and appellate courts.

Teacher, Writer, and Researcher

Brice was one of the curriculum developers for the SEAT advocacy training program. He and New York attorney and hearing officer Barbara Ebenstein taught the 2006 and 2007 classes of SEAT advocates in New York City.

He has taught special education law and advocacy for continuing legal education courses, continuing education courses for educators, protection and advocacy agency seminars, at annual conferences of the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, and other parent advocacy groups.

His articles about special education and advocacy appear in a wide variety of publications.

Among them are The Beacon Journal, published by Harbor House Law Press, Autism Asperger’s Digest, published by Future Horizons, Inc., Family Focus, the quarterly newsletter published by Families for Russian and Ukrainian Adoption (FRUA), and various articles appearing at

Some of the Wrightslaw articles are: Do the Documents Speak for Themselves?, How to Prepare Your Case, Learning To Negotiate Is Part of the Advocacy Process, and How and Why to Tape Record Meetings.

Brice co-authored Defending the Legal Malpractice Claim Arising from Representation of Small Business (62 Am Jur Trials 395) with Lisa Chalidze, Esq.

Brice serves on the board of trustees for Camp Thorpe, located in Goshen, Vermont. Camp Thorpe is a 501(c)(3) organization that has provided summer camp experiences for disabled individuals for 87 consecutive years. He is also a former member of the COPAA board of directors.

Professional affiliations

Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA)
Legal Writing Institute
Education Writer’s Association

Independent Advocate for Special Education
Advocacy for Parents of Children with Special Needs

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