Special Education Law Offices
Special Education Law Offices of Sheila C. Bayne.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: JAMES D. PETERS III

We are an experienced and aggressive firm that will fight for your child's future.

800,000 Californians and 7.3 Million United States Special Education Children Forgotten During COVID-19 Pandemic.

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OUR MISSION

Our mission is to provide straight answers to the eight million families whose lives have been touched by autism and other disabilities. Our goal is to bring answers to the questions people have to help them and their loved ones to live.

If your Child did not receive services in their IEP when schools closed, you are eligible for Compensatory Education.

Call For a Free Consultation and No Cost Representation.

We Have Already Obtained A Million Dollars In Compensatory Education for Special Education Children.
Don’t Be Left Out.

LEGAL TEAM

Our law firm is staffed almost entirely by parents who have children with autism, and individuals with disabilities. We have testified before the Congress regarding Federal and State laws protecting and advancing civil rights for people with disabilities, such as the Re-authorization of landmark IDEA Amendments Act. We work closely with some of the top psychologists and professors in the country, including behavior specialists, in order to bring to you the most up to date information about autism.

Leaders of The Law Firm

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James D. Peters III
Sheila C. Bayne
Peter D. Collisson

Dept Heads

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Daniell
Lynda
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Brittany
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Angelica
Diana

NEWS

COVID-19

Our Law Firm has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of all special needs students in the state of California for District’s failures to offer or provide a FAPE to Students since the closure of schools per the Governor’s order. The virus pandemic has made a much bigger mess of special education than it already was. Quarantining kids has been incredibly hard on families and caregivers. Districts are struggling to figure out how to provide virtual services and, in many cases, doing it poorly.”

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