Claire Blumenson

Executive Director & Co-Founder

Claire has focused her career on the intersection of juvenile justice and education. After teaching, she graduated from law school in 2011 & began 2-year EJW fellowship at the DC Public Defender Service as a special education lawyer for incarcerated youth ages 18-22. As a 2013 Echoing Green Black Male Achievement Fellow, Claire continued this work by cofounding & launching School Justice Project.


Sarah Comeau

Director of Programs & Co-Founder

Sarah graduated from American University’s Washington College of Law (WCL) cum laude in 2011. Prior to SJP, Sarah was an associate at a District of Columbia law firm that specialized in special education advocacy, representing students and families of students involved in both the juvenile justice and abuse and neglect systems.


School Justice Project

School Justice Project (“SJP”) is a special education legal services and advocacy organization in DC dedicated to ensuring that older (ages 18-22), court-involved students with disabilities receive a quality education, both during incarceration and throughout reentry.

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