Welcome to the law firm of Agins & Gilman LLC. Our practice is focused on special education law and assisting parents who are trying to assure a free, appropriate public education for their special needs children. Kerry Agins and Aimee Gilman have a combined 45 years of practice experience and represent a variety of clients across the state of Ohio in disability related litigation including:
- Individualized Education Program (IEP)
- Due Process and 504 hearings
- Appeals and Federal Litigation
- Civil Rights/ ADA including bullying, retaliation
and restraint/ seclusion
- Consultation for attorneys
**We accept a limited number of pro bono cases each year. If you feel that your case warrants consideration on a pro bono basis, feel free to contact the office to discuss your case.
Cleveland Office: Columbus Office:
5035 Mayfield Rd. 134 Northwoods Blvd.
Suite 250 Suite A2
Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124 Columbus, Ohio 43235
(216) 291-IDEA (4332) (614) 607-1300
FAX:(216) 291-2077 FAX:(614) 885-0531
Visit our new A&G "Shoe of the Month" Blog! Articles will be posted every month regarding a variety of topics related to special education.
What is the Shoe of the Month Blog?
The Shoe of the Month Blog is A&G’s discussion of areas we encounter in our practice and which we see as important to special education and civil rights for people with disabilities. While it will feature a shoe each month, it is not about shoes (not that such a blog would not be a worthwhile endeavor). So check us out regularly at our website at aginsandgilman.com to read the latest. Or find us on Facebook at Agins & Gilman LLC.
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Administrative Review Officer upholds massive Compensatory Education award for Agins & Gilman LLC client with dyslexia.
Mark your calendars! Up and Coming Event from OCECD:
Parent’s Rights in the Special Education Process – Participants will gain a functional knowledge of parent’s rights under IDEA 2004. The six components of FAPE will be discussed and explained. Timelines under IDEA, as well as, the evaluation, referral and testing process will be covered. Participants also will learn the basic facts about mediation, ODE complaint procedures, resolution meetings and due process procedures.
Tammie Sebastian will present the above training
December 7th 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Warrensville Heights Branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library
4415 Northfield Rd
Warrensville Heights, OH 44115
To register contact: Tammie Sebastian
***** New websites added on our Resource Page! Check them out! *****
On Monday, November 5, 2018, Susan G. Tobin will be speaking at the NBI CLE on the topic, Comply With the Latest Special Education Laws to Avoid Liability. For more information on this course click here.