Alexandra M. Curlin
Alexandra M. Curlin received her Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University, with minors in Reading and Early Childhood Education. Upon finishing her undergraduate studies, she entered the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis, where she received her Law degree. A proud Hoosier, Ms. Curlin has been practicing law in Indianapolis since 2004. Before going into private practice she worked as the Assistant Director Of Due Process at the Indiana Department of Education.
Due to her previous experience as an educator, Ms. Curlin centers her practice on the areas of special education and general education law, as well as Indianapolis family law and Indianapolis bankruptcy issues. She currently works with both educational institutions and concerned parents throughout Indiana to ensure every student in the state has access to and receives quality education options.
Ms. Curlin is currently admitted to practice law before all courts within Indiana. She is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Northern Districts of Indiana, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
All students deserve a fair opportunity to learn. Whether you are a charter school that desires to ensure you are providing an appropriate education to all students or a student with special needs that believes a traditional public school has violated your rights, do not hesitate to call Ms. Curlin.