Kate Rabb is an education attorney with over fifteen years of experience practicing civil rights law and advocating for children and families. She represents students seeking educational accommodations and equitable access to learning in all levels of schooling. She frequently represents families and students in IEP and section 504 meetings ensuring that students with disabilities get the services they need in school. She also represents students facing disciplinary issues in public and independent institutions from elementary through graduate school.
Kate completed her undergraduate studies at Harvard University graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa and received her law degree from Yale University. She also completed a program at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education and has a teaching certification in high school social studies. Kate is admitted to practice law in Maryland, Massachusetts, and New York.
Kate believes that all students have the potential to thrive in school if given the appropriate program of education. She is committed to working in partnership with her clients to help them achieve their goals. When not representing families as an education attorney, Kate works on pro bono immigration cases, bakes for her family, and spends time with her husband, two children, and puppy.