Massachusetts special education attorney Lillian E. Wong has one goal: to ensure your child receives a quality education. Education law can be confusing and dealing with the school system can be frustrating. Attorney Wong will work hard to provide you and your child with valuable legal advice and representation. Ms. Wong advocates for children of all ages throughout Massachusetts. Her aim is to maintain a positive, collaborative relationship with the school system. At the same time, she understands that sometimes the only way to successfully assert your child's rights is through litigation. Whatever your needs, she remains committed to helping children achieve their potential at school and beyond.
Ms. Wong has represented clients at IEP meetings, manifestation determinations, due process hearings and settlement negotiations. Ms. Wong has advocated for her clients' inclusion in the general education setting and helped other clients obtain private placements. Read her client reviews here. Ms. Wong is a graduate of UCLA Law School and Dartmouth College (Summa Cum Laude) and a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA), The Special Needs Advocacy Network (SPAN), and Massachusetts Advocates for Children's Coalition to Defend Special Education. Ms. Wong sits on the Advisory Board of Autism Asperger's Digest.
"From the first phone conversation Lillian's expertise in special education came through loud and clear. She is very knowledgeable in both the law and special education. Lillian was clear on what we needed to do and was there for us every step of the way to fight for our son's education. Lillian was straight forward yet very understanding to our unique battle with the school system. From the moment her first communication was sent to the school system things started falling into place. Until finding Lillian we were much like our son 'lost in the system' with not a single person to help. Lillian was the missing piece to the puzzle and is a pleasure to work with."
- Massachusetts Parent & Client
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