The Law Office of Scott M. Cohen, PLLC is dedicated to helping parents navigate the often overwhelming world of special education, particularly the legal realm of due process. From initial evaluations through graduation, Scott provides insight, guidance, and legal advocacy catered to meet the needs of his clients in New York City and the surrounding areas. Scott's commitment to providing quality legal counsel is evident, but what parents have come to expect is his dedication to doing so with warmth, patience, and compassion.
Scott has been representing parents in the field of special education law since 2009. He has an excellent litigation record, as well as extensive experience helping families successfully obtain funding for their children’s educational programs. Scott also brings a unique perspective to his clients, having taught in public schools for eight years in New York City, South Florida, and Japan. Scott graduated cum laude from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was trained as a mediator and was a Public Service Scholar and member of the Moot Court Honor Society. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated magna cum laude. Scott currently lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Paige, and son, Oliver.