Bennett Rodick


Bennett Rodick concentrates his practice in employment discrimination, personnel issues, special education, and school reorganization. He is a frequent speaker and writer on special education legal issues.

Mr. Rodick graduated with honors from Northwestern University and received his law degree from Washington University School of Law, where he served on the Editorial Board of the Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law.

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B.S. – Northwestern University
J.D. – Washington University School of Law

Accolades and Associations

Recipient, IAASE Larry D. Vuillemot Leadership Award

Speeches, In-Services, and Publications

A School Attorney’s Guide to the Unavoidable Due Process Hearing (NSBA COSA conference)

Interviewed by LRP Publication’s Special Education Connections regarding pitfalls in providing services to parentally placed private school students

Interviewed by LRP Publication’s Special Education Connections regarding key issues for serving students with disabilities on homebound services

Due Process Hearings Under IDEA: A Review of Guiding Principles (IAASE Newsletter)

Legal Issues in Special Education: Putting Theory into Practice (Administrator Academy)

Education Law: A Year in Review (Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Education Law and Policy Institute)