Jennifer Price is a special education attorney in the Pittsburgh metro area who has received awards for her legal skills and advocacy. She was a former prosecutor for the Allegheny County Office of the District Attorney in both the adult and juvenile divisions, where she prosecuted cases major felonies. As a special education attorney, she believes in making sure every child has an opportunity to succeed both in school and in life. Her boutique law firm provides disability law-related legal services in special educational law, guardianships, and special needs trusts. With over 10 years of experience, Jennifer Price has advocated on behalf of people with disabilities, from protecting their assets to protecting their education. She is the author of the book, EmpowerEd: Using Real Case Examples to Look Deeper into IEP Management, where she summarizes federal court special education cases and provides questions, in a workbook format, to help parents analyze their child’s educational situation. Jennifer Price is a dedicated volunteer in the community where she has served on volunteer boards specific to promoting the health and wellbeing of people with disabilities, including Pittsburgh Mercy Health System, Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council and Three Rivers Center for Independent Living. She is a former hearing officer for the Disciplinary Board for the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania where she held this position for six years. Mrs. Price currently serves on the boards of the East Suburban Citizens Advocacy, Murrysville Community Library Foundation and Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania. She lives in Murrysville with her husband and two children.