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One of a handful of attorneys in the country with a masters degree in special education.
Allison Hertog is one of only a handful of lawyers in the country who holds a Masters degree in special education. She was drawn to those fields because of her own struggle with learning disabilities as a child. Teaching children with a variety of special needs led Ms. Hertog to enroll in law school to become a legal advocate for students. She has practiced law in New York City and has founded a law firm in Miami, Making School Work, PL.
Ms. Hertog has spoken around the country about special education law and advocacy, special needs vouchers and Response to Intervention. She serves on the Board of Directors of Step Up for Students, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide tax credit scholarships/vouchers to low-income students in Florida.