Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Christine Trottier--public school students--disabilities
Currently viewing results 1 - 1
The Special Education Juvenile Justice Project (SEJJP), created by attorneys Christine Trottier and Deborah Greenblatt, has been instrumental in its assistance to students attending North Carolina public who have disabilities. These two attorneys, also instrumental in starting Carolina Legal Assistance, (the predecessor of Disability Rights NC) were acknowledged in the descriptions of the services and resources they help to bring to generations of public school students with disabilities. Included in this profile of these lawyers and their programs were information about services available within the school system available for students with disabilities and statistics that highlight the need for these services. More information about Christine Trottier’s role in promoting the rights of these students can be found in the interview at the conclusion of Whitford’s article.