Obtaining Accommodations For New York Students

At the Law Offices of Neal H. Rosenberg, we help students and parents navigate the complicated field of New York special education law. For more than 45 years, our firm has been the preeminent education law firm in New York City. Our staff of attorneys is compassionate to the needs of our clients, and we are committed to helping you or your child achieve academic success.

Our firm provides support to students who need special accommodations in the classroom or during standardized tests. We offer advice and assistance for students applying for accommodations on the SAT, ACT, MCAT, LSAT and other licensing examinations. Regardless of where you are in your educational career, our firm can help ensure your legal rights are protected and you receive the special services provided by state and federal law.

To learn more about how our team of experienced and knowledgeable lawyers can help you, contact us via email or call 212-732-9450 today.

Obtaining Appropriate Testing Accommodations For Students With Disabilities

Pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and The Americans with Disabilities Act, standardized tests must be made accessible to students with disabilities. Depending on the student's disability, he or she may be entitled to extra time, a specific testing environment, additional or extended break time, the use of additional technology, an audio version of the exam or other appropriate accommodations.

Preparing Accommodation Requests

Our firm has a long history of preparing effective and successful accommodation requests on behalf of students. We provide support throughout the process, take appropriate actions if your accommodation request is denied and help ensure that your child gets the appropriate testing accommodations he or she is afforded by federal law.

Compassionate Support, Strong Advocacy

At the Law Offices of Neal H. Rosenberg, we understand the difficulty with the accommodations process, and we are here to help. To find out more about how our attorneys can support and advocate for your family, contact us by email or call 212-732-9450 today.