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Special Education

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This guide is based on a research guide prepared by law student, Laurice Rutledge

Nothing in this guide should be understood as offering legal advice. Do not rely on the author's interpretation of cases and secondary sources. This guide is not comprehensive and is merely a compellation of what the author thought was the most important resources on the topic. This guide in not regularly updated. Remember to Sheperdize all cases to ensure that they are still good law before relying on them.

Purpose and Scope

This research guide is designed for law students interested in learning more about special education law.

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