Admitted to Ohio Bar 1984
Admitted to Florida Bar 1985
Case Western Reserve University, J.D. 1984, Order of the Coif
Georgetown University, B.S. in Foreign Service, 1980 Magna Cum
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Aimee has been practicing law for the past
28 years. Aimee began her legal career practicing largely in the area of
commercial litigation, both in Ohio and Florida. In 1998, Aimee began practicing
special education law, supporting children with special needs and their families.
Aimee co-founded Special Education Services (SES) in 2001, a non-profit
agency whose mission was to help families understand their children’s special
education needs and legal rights, as well as to educate parents and provide
technical assistance. After eight years of working for Special Education Services,
Aimee went back into private practice, continuing to focus on special education
As the parent of a child with autism, Aimee knows first hand the challenges that
parents face and is dedicated to helping them navigate the system in order to best
serve their child’s needs. Aimee is the author of the “Lighter Side of Special
Education” articles which have appeared online for a number of years.
Aimee lives in Cleveland with her husband, two children and a variety of animals.
An avid runner, Aimee has completed 24 marathons and counting!
Admitted to practice in U.S. District Courts, Southern
District of Florida, and Northern District of Ohio and
Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals