by Martha Frank on May 31, 2011

Legal Resources

Disability Law Project

The Disability Law Project represents Vermonters with disabilities in a wide range of civil legal problems related to their disability. The project provides counsel and advice, brief service, and full representation to eligible clients and their family members. They can help with:

  • Special Education
  • Guardianship
  • Access to health care
  • Access to assistive technology
  • Disability based discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations
  • SSI/SSDI terminations based on disability
  • Access to developmental services
  • Abuse, neglect and exploitation
  • Accessible transportation
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • Issues related to being a victim of crime
  • Contact: 1-800-889-2047


Education Law

Kohn Rath Blackwood & Danon, LLP  (802) 482-2905 (Hinesburg)

Pamela A. Marsh of Marsh Wagner & Winters, P.C.  (802) 388-4026 (Middlebury)

Peter D. Meyer (802-244-1200) Waterbury

Whit Smith of Mickenberg, Dunn, Lachs & Smith (802) 658-6951 (Burlington)

Tyler S. St Cyr, Law Office of Tyler St. Cyr (802) 578-9866  or (Burlington)

Greg Van Buiten (802) 893-0777 or (Milton)

Maryan Zavez of South Royalton Legal Clinic (802) 763-7718 (South Royalton) serving Windsor and Orange Counties

Special Needs Trusts and Guardianship

James Caffry of Caffry Law, PLLC, Special Needs Planning and Advocacy (802) 882-8163 or  (located in Waterbury, serves Statewide)

Aaron Goldberg of Elder Law and Trust Group (802) 651-9000 (Burlington)

Claudia Pringles of Law Office of Claudia I. Pringles (802) 778-0306 (Montpelier and Rutland)

Glen Jarrett of Jarrett Law Office  (802)864-5951 (South Burlington)

Kenlan, Schwiebert, Facey & Goss, P.C (802) 773-3300 (Rutland)

Stephen A. Unsworth of Unsworth & Barra, PLC (802) 789-7133 (Essex Junction)

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