Lascari Law

Sandra L. Lascari, Esq.

Specialty: Special Education Law

Sandra L. Lascari represents parents of children with disabilities, relying on her more than 28 years of experience in civil and criminal law to devise holistic, all-encompassing plans for each child—and fight for their rights in court when necessary.

“We believe all children need to be successful and happy in school, and that translates into being successful and happy in life,” she says.

A former Morris County assistant prosecutor, Lascari helps families impacted by ADHD, autism, dyslexia, bullying and cerebral palsy. She was named one of NJ Law Journal’s Top Women in Law in 2016, and has been a New Jersey Family Best Lawyer for Families in 2018.

“Special education is a complicated area of law, so we act as an advisor for parents and an advocate for children to help them navigate the system and create successful outcomes,” she says. “Your child and your  family matter to us.”

— “Sandy’s an amazing attorney, and made us feel like we had a partner in the process of obtaining services for our son. She has a great understanding of the law and provides well-balanced realistic advise. We interviewed several attorneys before finding Sandy; many were focused on heading to due process and litigating. Sandy’s focus was obtaining the best result for the needs of our son. When trying to figure what support your child needs in special education, Sandy’s the attorney you want! She truly cares and wants the best for your entire family. My son wouldn’t have had the success he has without her by our side.” – -E.S., Morris Plains

– “Sandra Lascari is what every child needs by their side for special education matters. She understands what our children need and how to fight for the appropriate services. She’s changed the course of the education for both of my children.” –M.K., Lake Hopatcong

Lascari Law

80 Greenwood Ave., Madison

350 Mt. Kemble Ave.,  Ste. A1003, Morristown

973-377-6725

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This is an advertising profile from the April 2019 issue of New Jersey Family.