Felicia Lebewohl Rosen is an attorney practicing special education law. She vigorously, passionately and with sensitivity represents families of children with disabilities, assuring that their legal rights are protected in the school system. In addition, she is a certified school psychologist. As a psychologist, she provided for the emotional and social needs of students, conducted and interpreted psychological and educational testing, and collaborated with parents, teachers and service providers. She understands how to interpret your child’s evaluations conducted by teachers, psychologists and other service providers, such as speech and language pathologists and occupational and physical therapists.
Felicia earned a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Brandeis University, Juris Doctor cum laud from New England School of Law, and Master of Education in School Psychology from Columbia University Teachers College. She was a Case and Note Editor of and published in the Law Review for the New England School of Law.
Felicia understands the process of advocating for students, not just based on her training and experience as an attorney and school psychologist, but also based on her personal experiences as a proud mother of two young adults with ADHD and on the autism spectrum.
Felicia currently serves as co-chair of the advisory board of JCP-WCP and was a member of the Shames JCC Special Needs Advisory Committee. She had served on the board of trustees of the Clear View School. She participates in the Lawyer in the Classroom Program in New Rochelle. In addition, she is an active volunteer in many local organizations. Felicia is a member of the Westchester County Bar Association, Westchester Women’s Bar Association, New Rochelle Bar Association and the Council of Parents Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA). She was a member of the Education Law Committee and the Special Education Law Subcommittee of the New York City Bar Association and was a member of the UJA Special Needs Round Table. Felicia is admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.