I'm a former teacher and education administrator who now specializes in education law, particularly the representation of special education students who are on IEPs and 504 plans. I began my career as a teacher at a juvenile prison, where I worked for six years. I then helped start a school for homeless kids called the Academy of Urban Learning, which still exists today. I ended my career as an educator by working as a student advisor at West High School in Denver. I left education after 10 years in the field, and I began practicing law in 2011. I immediately devoted my practice to helping kids. Most of my practice is focused on helping disabled students who have specialized learning plans called IEPs (Individualized Education Programs) and 504 Plans. In addition to representing primary and secondary students, I also represent college students who have 504 Plans based on their disabilities.