D. Luray Wallace Attorney Ray Wallace is a former high school teacher and counselor whose legal practice reflects his concern for the rights and needs of children. He represents children and parents in education law cases, including special education and school discipline, in juvenile court matters, including delinquency, CHINS, and Care and Protection, and in criminal matters.
Before entering private practice, Attorney Wallace served as Managing Attorney at Southeastern Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation for ten years. While there, he started the Education Law Project, which still provides free legal assistance to low income families in southeastern Massachusetts. Before that, he taught at Boston College Law School, in the Legal Assistance Bureau, and represented the state's Medicaid program in state and federal litigation.
Attorney Wallace was the founding Chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Children's Rights Committee and is past president of the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute. He is on the Advisory Board of the Children's Law Support Project at Massachusetts Advocates for Children and works with various other groups promoting the rights of children.
Attorney Wallace received his B.S. degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and his J.D., cum laude, from Boston College Law School.
Sam Schoenfeld Attorney Sam Schoenfeld practices in the areas of special education, school discipline, care and protection (child welfare), delinquency, guardianships, child visitation and employee benefits matters such as plan participants' rights and Qualified Domestic Relations Orders. He has been appointed by the Norfolk County Juvenile Court to serve as guardian ad litem in juvenile court cases. Attorney Schoenfeld has presented lectures to Parent Advisory Councils on topics such as the interplay of MCAS testing and the rights of disabled students. Prior to joining the Wallace Law Office, Attorney Schoenfeld worked as an expert in the area of employee benefits for 16 years where he directed the legal/technical services departments of consulting firms. He is a certified mediator who has handled civil and criminal disputes referred from the Boston Municipal Court.
Attorney Schoenfeld received his B.A. degree, cum laude, in Political Science from Brooklyn College, City University of New York and his J.D., cum laude, from New England School of Law. He has been a member of the Massachusetts Bar since 1977.
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