Warshaw Law Firm, LLC

Julie Warshaw, Esq. 

Specialty: Special Education Law

Patricia A. Dulinski, Esq

Julie Warshaw is dedicated to ensuring that children with disabilities have access to and derive benefit from a free and appropriate public education (FAPE). Practicing since 1993, Warshaw helps kids with autism, dyslexia, learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, language deficits, allergies, medical conditions, school phobia, and other special needs to obtain an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan with the appropriate educational placement, services and accommodations to meet each child’s unique needs.

EASING PARENTS’ ANXIETIES

“When a child thrives in a learning environment, you know you did the right thing for that child,” she says. A mom herself, Warshaw has close family members with learning disabilities and understands how important it is for parents to be able to reach her directly with questions and concerns. “New clients are pleasantly surprised to find that I always answer my own phone,” she says. “I develop relationships with my clients and I enjoy when they update me on their progress. It’s so rewarding to watch them succeed.”  An experienced mediator, litigator, and collaboratively-trained attorney, Warshaw represents children who have been victims of discrimination and institutional abuse, harassment, intimidation, bullying, cyberbullying and retaliation, as well as children and young adults with disabilities in the criminal justice system. Her practice areas also include guardianships, collaborative divorce, family law, mediation and corporate and civil litigation.

EXPERIENCE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

A member of the New Jersey Special Education Practitioner’s Group, New Jersey Bar Association School Law Committee, the Essex County Bar Association Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and other professional organizations, Warshaw is a frequent guest speaker and consultant on special education matters and anti-bullying cases. Passionate about American Sign Language  (ASL), she was instrumental in Bill S1760’s Legislative process by building awareness for the need to have ASL recognized as a world language in New Jersey, and for high school students to receive credit toward graduation requirements. It became law in 2015.

–“Julie puts her heart and soul into fighting for you; she really cares. You’ll never have to deal with a run around from a secretary because Julie always answers your call personally even at 10:00 pm in the evening. Julie’s absolutely selfless; her first priority is to do what’s best for your family and your child, and not how she can make the most money. She’s relentless in achieving wanted results, she keeps you updated every step of the way both via email and phone and she has unlimited patience and understanding. Julie knows the law inside and out. She’s an outstanding negotiator; I would trust her with my life in a hostage situation! Julie’s an absolute angel with a heart of gold, and she’s very passionate about her work. Julie isn’t just an amazing family attorney, she’s a good and genuine person. And if you found her to represent you, you found a needle in a haystack; you already won. Our family was lucky and fortunate to have Julie fight for us. She got results that no doubt any other attorney wouldn’t have. We’ll be forever grateful to this wonderful person, one in a million, special lawyer.”  –-S.J., Tenafly

— “Julie advised and represented us on two occasions concerning IEP and special education issues for our daughter who’s severely dyslexic. We found Julie to be a strong advocate for our daughter’s education, extremely knowledgeable about IEP and student law and equally adept at representing our interests to school district leadership, educators and special educators. Both times she was able to resolve our dispute successfully while keeping us well informed. She was very understanding to our concerns and responsive to us.” – -D.C., Boxborough

“Julie advised and represented us on two occasions concerning IEP and special education issues for our daughter who’s severely dyslexic. We found Julie to be a strong advocate for our daughter’s education, extremely knowledgeable about IEP and student law and equally adept at representing our interests to school district leadership, educators and special educators. Both times she was able to resolve our dispute successfully while keeping us well informed. She was very understanding to our concerns and responsive to us.” — M.G., Clifton

“Ms. Warshaw is an exceptional attorney because she believes in you as her client. She personally works with you throughout your entire case to gain the best possible outcome. Ms. Warshaw prides herself in obtaining positive results. Her outstanding writing and knowledge of law cases is phenomenal! She’s extraordinary in special education.” — S.S., Castleton

 


Warshaw Law Firm, LLC

Julie Warshaw, Esq.

266 King George Rd., Ste. C2, Warren
973-433-2121
warshawlawfirm.com

This is an advertising profile from the April 2018 issue of New Jersey Family.