February 27, 2007
Supreme Court Argument on Right of Parents to Represent Children in Court in IDEA Cases
The Supreme Court will be hearing arguments in Winkelman v. Parma School District today, to determine whether parents who are not lawyers can represent their children in federal court in disputes under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Circuits have split on the issue.
Read the opinion from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
Read the Legal Times article on the case (last visited February 27, 2007 bgf)
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