Dana A. Jonson brings a unique perspective to her work as an attorney representing the parents of special-needs children. For five years before law school, Jonson toiled as a special-education teacher and administrator in the Boston public school system, confronting the same educational struggles she now fights against as a lawyer.

Having served on the front lines in the public schools, Jonson was well aware of how complex special-education law had become.

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