In addition to her Juris Doctorate, Staci Greenwald holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences and is a Certified Teacher of the Handicapped. Ms. Greenwald is eminently qualified to advocate on behalf of her clients in forums ranging from the Office of Administrative Law to the federal courts.
Ms. Greenwald handles special education matters and offers advocacy in cases involving the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), guardianship, and estate planning for families of special needs students.
Ms. Greenwald is a graduate of Douglass College and received her Juris Doctor Degree from Seton Hall Law School. She is admitted to practice in all New Jersey courts, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Ms. Greenwald is a frequent lecturer throughout the state.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 09/17/15 in Education Law.
I’ve had to retain Staci on two separate occasions to ensure that my child received a FAPE. Staci certainly had a clear understanding of the nature of my child’s disability and was able to successfully negotiate an agreeable settlement on... Read more
I’ve had to retain Staci on two separate occasions to ensure that my child received a FAPE. Staci certainly had a clear understanding of the nature of my child’s disability and was able to successfully negotiate an agreeable settlement on two separate occasions. She validated by concerns, was attentive, responsive, and kept me in check during a very difficult time. I highly recommend Staci for any issues relating to special education. Read lessRead less
5.0/5.0 Rated on 03/12/15 in Education Law.
Look no further. You have found the best Education Lawyer in the state. Work with her with 100% confidence. Sleep well. Thank you Staci so much. We are so grateful to have found you.
Answered us on the day we called.
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