Date Published: Feb 28, 2003
Source: 
Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review
Authors: 
Huss, D.
Volume: 
25
Page Numbers: 
347-367

Compares special ed. law in US and England.  States that the lack of legal representation for low-income parents during dispute resolution affects the fairness of the process, and that parents that don’t have legal advice during mediation are more likely to pursue a due process hearing.  Those that don’t may leave the mediation feeling dissatisfied with the settlement, believing that it does not really meet their child’s needs. <!---<cfif IsDefined("Cookie.cadrestaffintake") AND cookie.cadrestaffintake IS "cmk"><a href="/pfriendlyhttp.cfm?id=1133">Print</a></cfif>--->