Cuddy Law Firm
Alison Morris is a senior attorney with the Cuddy Law Firm’s Valhalla office. Alison practices special education advocacy and litigation at the Cuddy Law Firm. She represents families and children with special education needs at Committee on Special Education and Section 504 Planning meetings, and represents families in due process hearings when families challenge the decisions made by school districts, many from underserved populations. Alison also assists clients in navigating the OPWDD system including helping with applications and appeals, and representing families at OPWDD and other administrative hearings. Ms. Morris is a frequent lecturer on topics of interest to both professionals and families on special education law. Ms. Morris also Co-Chairs both the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Disability Rights and the Westchester Women's Bar Association’s Education Committee. Ms. Morris is also an Adjunct Professor at Pace Law School, teaching a course entitled Law and Education. Alison is the proud sister of a young adult with special needs.