WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23 @ 6PM
A Discussion of Special Education Law
in NYC with Sherif Moussa
Sherif Moussa, Founding Member and Counsel
The evening will feature a short overview of Special Education Law in NYC. The talk will include: The history of Special Education Law, important things to remember and a brief discussion of recent developments. The talk will be followed by a short Q&A for parents.
After a successful career in complex commercial litigation as well as securities and consumer class action cases resulting in cumulative settlements in excess of $1 billion dollars, Sherif made his initial foray into government work by spending over two years working for the New York City Department of Education Office of General Counsel as an Agency Attorney. After these two plus years of negotiating, litigating, and generally resolving cases filed by parents under the IDEA, and becoming a first time parent himself, he returned to private practice where he worked at two separate law firms to put his skills to use in advocating for families with children with special needs.
Sherif’s practice focuses on all aspects of litigating cases and he particularly enjoys legal writing, research, and most of all, representing families at hearings.
A Discussion of Special Education Law in NYC
Wednesday, March 23
6 – 7:15pm EST