Associate, Chicago Office

ph: 312.332.7760
fax:312.332.7768
jduffy@robbins-schwartz.com

Jeremy D. Duffy

Jeremy Duffy’s experience includes representing school districts in a wide range of students and special education related matters. Jeremy counsels school districts and community colleges with respect to students and special education matters including the IEP process, Section 504 accommodations, OCR and State complaints, due process hearings, residency hearings, student discipline matters, student records, and board policy review.

Prior to joining Robbins Schwartz, Jeremy represented school districts in student and special education matters for a private law firm and also represented Chicago Public Schools in due process special education matters. Prior to attending law school, Jeremy served as an elementary and middle school teacher in Los Angeles and Chicago.

Recent Publications

  • Special Education Laws Made Simple: School Actions (or Inaction) That Can Result in Lawsuits, National Business Institute, Inc., Chicago, IL (May 2016)

Recent Presentations

  • Section 504 Plan Accommodations: What is Reasonable?, Oak Brook, IL (October 2017)

 

Jeremy D. Duffy

Education

  • J.D., DePaul University College of Law, 2011
  • M.A., Loyola Marymount University, 2007
  • B.A., University of Illinois, 2005

Admitted to Practice

  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit
  • Supreme Court of Illinois

Organizations

  • Illinois Attorney General Committee on Special Education
  • Illinois Council of School Attorneys
  • National School Board Association Council of School Attorneys
  • Chicago Bar Association Education Law Committee, co-chairperson

Associate, Chicago Office

ph: 312.332.7760
fax:312.332.7768
jduffy@robbins-schwartz.com

Jeremy D. Duffy

Jeremy D. Duffy

Associate, Chicago Office
ph: 312.332.7760
fax:312.332.7768
jduffy@robbins-schwartz.com

Jeremy Duffy’s experience includes representing school districts in a wide range of students and special education related matters. Jeremy counsels school districts and community colleges with respect to students and special education matters including the IEP process, Section 504 accommodations, OCR and State complaints, due process hearings, residency hearings, student discipline matters, student records, and board policy review.

Prior to joining Robbins Schwartz, Jeremy represented school districts in student and special education matters for a private law firm and also represented Chicago Public Schools in due process special education matters. Prior to attending law school, Jeremy served as an elementary and middle school teacher in Los Angeles and Chicago.

Recent Publications

  • Special Education Laws Made Simple: School Actions (or Inaction) That Can Result in Lawsuits, National Business Institute, Inc., Chicago, IL (May 2016)

Recent Presentations

  • Section 504 Plan Accommodations: What is Reasonable?, Oak Brook, IL (October 2017)

 

Education

  • J.D., DePaul University College of Law, 2011
  • M.A., Loyola Marymount University, 2007
  • B.A., University of Illinois, 2005

Admitted to Practice

  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit
  • Supreme Court of Illinois

Organizations

  • Illinois Attorney General Committee on Special Education
  • Illinois Council of School Attorneys
  • National School Board Association Council of School Attorneys
  • Chicago Bar Association Education Law Committee, co-chairperson

Practice Areas