Ms. Warshaw is dedicated to practicing special education law, assisting children with Autism, Dyslexia, multiple learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, speech and language deficits, allergies, medical conditions, and other special needs to obtain a Free and Appropriate Public Education, to obtain an out-of-district placement, if needed, and to obtain the services and educational plan appropriate for each individual child.
Julie Warshaw, Esq.
Julie Warshaw, Esq. has been practicing law since 1993. She is a Member of the Bar in New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts. She is admitted to practice in the United States District Court, 3rd Circuit and in the United States Supreme Court. Ms. Warshaw is an experienced Mediator and Litigator and uses these skills in representing her clients.
Ms. Warshaw is dedicated to practicing special education law, assisting children with Autism, Dyslexia, multiple learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, speech and language deficits, allergies, medical conditions, and other special needs to obtain a Free and Appropriate Public Education, to obtain an out-of-district placement, if needed, and to obtain the services and educational plan appropriate for each individual child. Ms. Warshaw also represents children who have been the victims of discrimination and/or institutional abuse. She represents children who have been victims of or accused of harassment, intimidation, and bullying and /or cyberbullying in and outside of school or in volation of the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights statute, as well as children and young adults with varying disabilities who have found themselves caught up in the criminal justice system.
In addition, Ms. Warshaw is a collaboratively trained attorney who represents clients in the collaborative divorce process, whereby the parties agree to work together to achieve a mutually acceptable agreement that helps protect the marital assets and the financial and emotional stability of each family member following divorce. With the assistance of and guidance by collaboratively trained professionals, all relevant issues are discussed and agreed upon by the parties. The collaborative divorce process is significantly less expensive than a litigated divorce matter, and it allows each party to be heard without the need for a judge to determine the outcome.
Ms. Warshaw also focuses her practice in the areas of divorce and family law mediation and mediating cases involving Commercial, breach of contract, and General Litigation matters. She is also a Court appointed mediator.
Ms. Warshaw is a Member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section; Essex County Bar Association, Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities; New Jersey Special Education Practitioners Group; New Jersey Collaborative Law Group; International Academy of Collaborative Professionals; New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators; Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, Inc.; and is a pro bono attorney for the Volunteer Lawyers for Justice and the Education Law Center.
For more than twenty (20) years, Ms. Warshaw has represented clients in Special Education, Matrimonial, Child Custody, Domestic Violence, Breach-of-Contract, Tort, Commercial Litigation, General Litigation, Collections, Bankruptcy, Asbestos Litigation, Discrimination, Insurance, Environmental, Municipal, and Criminal Law matters. Ms. Warshaw graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Rochester and with a Juris Doctor degree from Western New England University School of Law. Ms. Warshaw was an intern to the Honorable Arthur Minuskin, J.S.C., and a law clerk to the Honorable Conrad N. Koch, J.S.C. She authored two (2) published judicial opinions: Henry v. Estate of Levy, 254 N.J. Super. 489 (1991) and New Jersey Transit Rail Operations, Inc. v. North Jersey Cleaning Services, Inc., 277 N.J. Super. 367 (1994).
Ms. Warshaw serves as a consultant in Special Education matters to various law firms and clients throughout the United States. She is also a guest speaker in New Jersey and New York to various organizations, professionals, and groups of parents of children with special needs. To reach Ms. Warshaw to assist with a special education matter or to address a group or organization, please contact our office at (973) 433-2121.