DISCLOSURE: Some states allow a nonlawyer, like Mr. Jessup, to represent you in due process hearing proceedings. In Florida, you can be you can be represented by a qualified representative and the administrative law judge must consider the qualifications of a qualified representative on a case-by-case basis. All states allow you to bring a person with special knowledge of the unique needs of children with disabilities. Ask Mr. Jessup for more information about his services in your state.
IEP & 504 Plan Advocate & Due Process Hearings
IEP and 504 Plan Advocate
Jamison Jessup has participated in more than 1200 meetings in public schools helping parents obtain a quality education for children with special needs and disabilities. He will accompany you to meetings with school officials to help you get the free appropriate public education your child deserves
Due Process Hearing Representation*
Nobody likes to start a fight. But, when the school district fails to provide your child with a free appropriate public education you may need Jamison Jessup to fight for you. In Florida you have the right to be represented by a nonlawyer qualified representative before state agencies. Jamison Jessup has filed more than 375 due process hearing cases fighting for the rights of students with special needs.
Discipline Manifestation Meetings
Students with disabilities have rights when it comes to public school discipline. Jamison Jessup is experienced in helping students who have been suspended and who are subject to expulsion because of their behavior.