Julie Fay represents both public and independent schools in a variety of special education and general education law matters, with a particular focus on issues relating to students with disabilities, student discipline, confidentiality, school governance and policy. Julie frequently represents schools in administrative hearings, including expulsion hearings, special education due process hearings and related proceedings, and is often called upon to guide districts in drafting policies and administrative procedures in all education law areas. As part of her practice, Julie has conducted numerous professional development workshops for clients and other school organizations, including the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools (“CAIS”), the Association of Independent Schools in New England (“AISNE”), the College Board, Connecticut Association of Schools (“CAS”) and the Capitol Region Education Council (“CREC”), in addition to providing individualized presentation on topics such as sexual harassment, child abuse reporting obligations, professional liability, special education and confidentiality issues. Julie is currently an adjunct professor at Quinnipiac Law School, where she teaches a course on Education and the Law.
Prior to entering the field of law, Julie worked for six years as a teacher and coach at an independent school in Massachusetts.
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