School Justice Project
(SJP) is a legal services and advocacy organization serving older students (ages 17-22) with special education needs who are involved in DC's justice systems. SJP uses special education law to ensure that older, court-involved students with disabilities can access a quality education.
SJP's special education attorneys work with their clients to protect and enforce special education rights. Through our individual representation and systemic advocacy programs, we aim to spark a system-wide overhaul, changing the educational landscape for older court-involved students with special education needs who are involved in DC's juvenile and criminal justice systems.