Chapter Meeting – Birmingham, Alabama — IEP Special Ed. Attorney Roundtable

Chapter Webpage: Alabama webpage – CLICK HERE.
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Location: Saint Mark United Methodist Church
2901 Columbiana Road
Birmingham, AL 35216
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Child Care: Saint Mark UMC will offer on-site childcare services for the duration of the TACA meeting. Attendees that choose to take advantage of this service must contact Susan Lee (at 205-444-4696) directly to register for this service and/or obtain more information. Please note an additional fee may apply.TACA is not a licensed childcare provider and this service is not provided by TACA. TACA will be held free and harmless from and against any and all losses, threatened loss, penalties, damages, settlements, costs, charges, professional fees, or other expenses or liabilities of every kind and character arising out of or relating to any and all claims, liens, demands, obligations, actions, proceedings or causes of action of every kind and character in connection with attendees agreement with Saint Mark UMC.
April 13, 2012 IEP Special Ed. Attorney Roundtable
Speakers: James R. Gallini, Esq. of The Gallini Group and Gina S. Lowe, Esq.
Effective IEP Strategies for Families: Our speakers will each share their experience in navigating the IEP Process. Two areas of focus will be “What To Do when the IEP Team Disagrees” and “Understanding the IEP Process and How to Form Effective IEP Goals.” There will also be small group discussion time for parents to ask their personal IEP questions. Parents and Caregivers are invited to attend.
James R. Gallini, Esq. is the owner and Founding Partner of The Gallini Group ( James practices exclusively in the areas of Special Education and Family Law. He is also the proud father of four children, one of which is diagnosed with autism.
Gina S. Lowe ( a Birmingham, Alabama attorney who has dedicated her career to serving the needs of children. Gina has devoted a special section of her practice to special education law, where she advocates for families trying to navigate the complicated special education process. Ms. Lowe provides a blog ( to assist families in educating themselves about their rights.