Carly Christopher, ESQ.
Carly Christopher is a lawyer with an undergraduate degree in Human Development who started her work in the disability community working as a behavioral therapist for children diagnosed with Autism. While she was working as a behavioral therapist she helped launch a Recreational Advancement and Development program which helped children with special needs join team sports. She has also served as a behavioral supervisor, training therapist in Discrete Trial Training, Floor Time, RDI, and Applied Behavioral Analysis. Her work included consulting with families and teachers and creating positive behavior intervention plans. Carly has also served as a law clerk for Protection and Advocacy Inc., working with students with varying disabilities including those who are emotional disturbed and are protected under the Hughes Bill. Her advocacy during law school included being a member of the Disability Law Caucus and attending seminars such as the National Disability Law Symposium.
She is dedicated to working toward inclusive societies, with a focus in children and educational placements.
Evan Goldsen, ESQ.
Evan Goldsen is a lawyer with an undergraduate degree in Business from the University of Oregon. He has worked for both the Surfrider foundation and the Law Office of Badami, Hartsough, and Leonida. His experiences have involved negotiating and mediating issues regarding environmental restoration and preservation, child advocacy, and criminal defense. Evan has experienced much success as a grant writer which has persuaded both local governments and state wide action. He believes in protecting children's rights through a collaborative approach.
Carly and Evan work collaboratively on all projects, ensuring the highest level of service and attention for all clients.