Lyndsy B. Rodgers

Lyndsy B. Rodgers is a senior associate in our Los Angeles office. Ms. Rodgers practices student and special education law, including Section 504 and IDEA compliance, IEP team meetings, special education discipline, student records and privacy, OCR and CDE complaints, creative early dispute resolution, mediation and due process, and special education litigation matters. She partners with her clients to provide staff training, create or review policy and procedure manuals, and update Board policies relevant to students and special education.

Before beginning her career in law, Ms. Rodgers was an executive fellow in Governor Gray Davis' administration. She served at the Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board. While in Sacramento, Ms. Rodgers developed a working knowledge of the State legislative and regulatory process, as well as numerous public benefit programs including SCHIP, Medicaid, school lunch programs  and publicly funded school-based health clinics. These experiences greatly enrich her education law practice today.

Ms. Rodgers received her Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., after earning bachelor's degrees in Public Policy Analysis and Biology from Pomona College in Claremont, California.

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