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Kimberly Winslow

Kimberly Winslow

Law Office of Kimberly L Winslow
  • Education Law
  • Massachusetts
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Kimberly Winslow is a special education attorney, representing families of students with disabilities seeking to reach their full educational potential. She helps children with a variety of special needs and disabilities who are not making expected progress in school to get the help they need.

Kimberly is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts.

Suffolk University Law School
J.D. (2004)
Honors: Cum Laude
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University of Hartford
B.A. (2001) | Technical Writing
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
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Professional Experience
Special Education Attorney
Law Office of Kimberly L Winslow
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Represent families of school-aged kids with a variety of disabilities and learning challenges accessing their education. Advise families of their rights under special education education laws, and provide direct representation when disputes arise with school districts. Handle the following special education issues: eligibility determinations; development, implementation, and enforcement of individualized education plans (IEP) and 504 accommodation plans; placement decisions, including unilateral and out-of-district placements; transition planning; discipline; and school refusal.
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Professional Associations
Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates
Attorney Member
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Special Needs Advocacy Network
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State Bar of Massachusetts  # 661169
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers
ID Number: 661169
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US District Court for the District of Massachusetts
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Practice Area
Education Law
Legal Answers
Q. Can I audio record a teacher
A: Generally speaking, Texas is a single party consent state. That means you can record a conversation you are a part of without notifying the other party. However, at school there is a greater expectation of privacy. It is likely against school rules, and very likely infringes on the rights of your classmates and teacher.
Q. Eligibility for IEP under state law - school is denying services based on assessment performance -dyslexia diagnosis
A: I advise requesting a formal special education evaluation, and potentially consulting with a Rhode Island special education attorney on this matter. RTI may not be used to delay/deny an evaluation.


Sample eval request:
Q. Can the school provide the details of a ratio between sped and general ed in a classroom cohort?
A: This is not a privacy concern, but there is no explicit "right to know" either. As you correctly note, you are a member of the team. The information may help you to make informed decisions about appropriateness of placement, etc.
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Law Office of Kimberly L Winslow
23 Franconia Avenue
Natick, MA 01760
Telephone: (617) 485-6977