Freeman Law Offices, LLC

Hillary D. Freeman, Esq.

Special Education/Section 504/Estate Planning/Guardianship/Adult Services

Hillary Freeman’s passion for representing people with special needs and their families stems from personal experience. “I was inspired to become a special needs lawyer after watching my family struggle to secure the appropriate supports for my brother with autism,” she says. Freeman’s career evolved from advocating for her clients in schools and the courtroom to becoming actively involved in organizations like Autism NJ, POAC and ASPEN. Former vice president of the LDA of NJ, she has presented on special education and civil rights matters throughout the US, United Nations, Ghana and Liberia. 

She has experience representing clients in special education and Section 504 issues, higher education, guardianship matters, estate planning and adult services. “My goal is to get my client all the supports they need to become as independent as possible in all aspects of their lives,” Freeman says.




“Hillary truly cares about neurodivergent children and adults. She is an amazing advocate and voice for the children. Hillary knows how to navigate the system to work for your child’s needs and get proper benefits. She is an amazing voice to help with all the necessities for any special needs person.”
– M.S., Fanwood

“Hillary is relatable and compassionate and brought a measured calm ensuring me that she would walk me thru the steps to get my child help. She meticulously navigated testing and used a targeted approach in advocating for my child’s needs. She was instrumental in my child’s current success because it was her diligence and experience that helped recognize a learning deficit that the public school did not identify.”
– K.B., Moorestown


Hillary D. Freeman, Esq.
103 Carnegie Ctr., Ste. 300, Princeton