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Licensed in State of Texas
United States District Court for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas
United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
“Living up to the Ideals of IDEA” Texas Lone Star (Sept./Oct. 2014)
Nona Matthews brings an extensive background in special education to her legal practice. She joined Walsh Gallegos in 1995, and assisted in opening the firm's Irving office.
Before beginning the practice of law, Nona spent nine years teaching special education in Texas public schools. Upon graduation from law school, she worked as a solo practitioner representing parents of children with disabilities in special education issues.
Nona is a frequent speaker on a wide variety of special education topics, and a past adjunct professor of school law at North Texas State University.
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