Alicia M. Parmentier
Alicia M. Parmentier is an associate with the Education and Disability Law and Litigation groups. Her practice currently focuses on representing families who have children with special needs, advising parents on a wide range of special education law issues. In addition, Ms. Parmentier represents individuals and their families who have suffered personal injuries. Ms. Parmentier represents clients in matters pending before the Bureau of Special Education Appeals, state and federal court, and she has significant experience briefing cases on appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
Prior to joining Kotin, Crabtree & Strong, Ms. Parmentier worked as an associate at a regional law firm headquartered in Boston, where she supported the litigation group, and clerked for the Honorable Francis R. Fecteau in the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
- U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Massachusetts
Represented a mother and her children in a personal injury action against a global courier company for injuries sustained as a result of a misdelivery.
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- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Northeastern University School of Law, Boston Regional Alumni Chapter
- Boston Partners in Education, Volunteer, 2012