Lacie is a paralegal in the Education team and assists on a wide range of education issues. These include special educational needs and appeals to the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal.

Lacie came to London to study law at Queen Mary University of London, graduating in 2023. Previously, she received a Masters Degree from Western Oregon University in special education. Lacie was licensed in the United States as a special education teacher and taught students with learning disabilities and autism in the equivalent of a mainstream secondary school for three years. In this role, it was her responsibility to write the annual education plans, meet with parents to discuss continuing needs, and engage with specialist reports. Before receiving her masters degree in special education, Lacie worked as a teachers assistant for three years, with students with a large range of disabilities.

Special education needs have always been important to me because my brother has Down Syndrome. I have witnessed his needs change from infanthood, now to adulthood and the amount of work my parents put in to make sure he has what he needs to succeed.

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