Publications

Understanding Special Education and Related Laws

Removing One Hurdle to Civil Rights Claims of Children with Special Needs, 35 Fed’n for Child. with Special Needs Newsline, no. 2 (2015)

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan


Discipline and Expulsion: A Practical Legal Guide, in Disciplining Students with Behavioral Issues, National Business Institute, 2014

by Eileen M. Hagerty


An Overview of Special Education for Family Law Practitioners, Boston Bar Association Family Law Section Newsletter, Spring 2014

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan


Have the Purposes of Chapter 766 Been Achieved?-An Invitation:, 34 Fed’n for Child. with Special Needs Newsline, no. 1 (2013)

by Robert K. Crabtree


 Civil Discipline Law-Part 2, 34 Fed’n for Child. with Special Needs Newsline, no. 1 (2013)

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan and Sherry L. Rajaniemi-Gregg


Civil Discipline Law, 33 Fed’n for Child. with Special Needs Newsline, no. 4 (2013).

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan and Sherry L.Rajaniemi-Gregg


Of Rights and Children, 33 Fed’n for Child. with Special Needs Newsline, no. 3 (2013).

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan and Sherry L.Rajaniemi-Gregg


Medical Expense Deductions for Special Education Costs (2013).

by Abbott L. Reichlin


Appeals Court Strikes Down DDS’s Bright Line Floor of an IQ of 70 For Eligibility for Services, 33 Fed’n for Child. with Special Needs Newsline, no. 1 at 2 (2012).

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan


Private School Students May be Entitled to Special Education and Related Services, 32 Fed’n for Child. with Special Needs Newsline, no. 4 at 6 (2012).

by Melanie R. Jarboe


Tough Stance Against Bullying in Massachusetts, 31 Fed’n for Child with Special Needs Newsline, no. 2 at 1 (2010).

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan


Inclusion, Mass. Down Syndrome Cong. Newsl. Nov. 2010.

by Daniel T.S. Heffernan


Treatment of Applied Behavioral Analysis Under IDEA: Has Recent Peer-Reviewed Support for Intensive Behavioral Approaches Given Parents a Right to ABA Services for Children with Autism? (2010)

by Robert K. Crabtree


Transition Planning and Services, Mass. Down Syndrome Cong. Newsl., Nov. 2009

By Daniel T.S. Heffernan


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