Friday, April 29, 2005

No fees for lay advocates

The Third Circuit has held that a parent may not recover fees for the services of a lay advocate under IDEA. The Court also made clear that a parent must sign the papers submitted in federal court or face sanctions under Rule 11. The decision in L.L. v. Vineland Board of Education can be found here.


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Blogger QueenAnne said...

I am in agreement with this ruling only because the majority of lay adovcates that I know are free.

6:18 AM  

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