Amanda Ford is a senior paralegal in the Westchester office. She provides support for our clients, attorneys and paralegals and is our technology legal assistant. Each day she is motivated by the opportunity to assist people and experience new and interesting challenges. She is also our firm development coordinator assisting with most of the marketing ventures, In addition to spending time with family and friends, Amanda also spends her time volunteering for her community.
Evelyn Romero is a bilingual special education litigation paralegal in the Westchester Office. Evelyn graduated from Mercy College (B.A in Legal Studies) and is a former Student Advisor of the Human Services, Government, Law and Education Student Advisory Board at Mercy College. Evelyn is responsible for supporting the attorneys at the firm on special education matters. In addition to her role as a paralegal, Evelyn assists the attorneys with translation for our Spanish speaking clients.
Carmen Barton is a bilingual (Spanish) paralegal and office manager of the Westchester office. Carmen graduated from the College of Mt. St. Vincent with a degree in finance. Carmen is available to assist our Spanish-speaking families navigate the very complex world of special education. Carmen supports our attorneys and staff at speaking engagements, meetings and community events reaching out to the Spanish-speaking communities by translating our presentations and reference information. Carmen is also responsible for all aspects of office management in the Westchester office. She is the proud mother of three children and is very active in the community including volunteering with many nonprofit organizations.
Jamie Silverman is a law clerk pending admission at the Cuddy Law Firm in the Westchester office. Jamie received her Juris Doctor degree from CUNY School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Binghamton University. While at CUNY School of Law, Jamie gained experience representing under-served families in Family Court cases and special education matters. Prior to attending law school, Jamie served as an AmeriCorps member with City Year, where she assisted general and special education students in developing academic and social/emotional skills.