Irina is a 1999 graduate of New York Law School, and has been practicing law for over 20 years. After working for premier plaintiff and defense litigation firms as a trial attorney in NYC, she started her own law firm, Law Offices of Irina Roller, PLLC in 2004.

Irina has dedicated her law practice to helping families obtain either appropriate public educational programs and services, or private school funding for their children. She believes that every child can learn and flourish in the right learning environment, and with appropriate support. Irina and her staff work to ensure that children obtain the services and education they need, deserve and are entitled to by law.

Irina has successfully litigated against the Department of Education, obtaining needed educational programs, services and tuition funding for her clients. She is a passionate advocate for children's rights and works aggressively to ensure that her clients' rights are enforced.

Irina is fluent in Russian. She has been a philanthropist for over 16 years. She is on the Board of Directors of the UJA-Federation of New York, and also serves on several boards including the Autism Task Force as well as the Russian Leadership Division.



Jill graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pace University School of Law in 1992, where she was an editor of the Law Review, after earning a BA in English from Lehigh University. She has been admitted to practice in both New York and Connecticut since 1993. Jill originally worked as an insurance coverage attorney, focusing on environmental and products liability cases.

After taking several years off to raise her children, Jill discovered the world of special education law when her oldest child was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder in 2002. Since that time, she has advocated for her own children (3 with various levels of need) and began using her talents to assist other special education attorneys. Jill has worked with numerous special education attorneys in both New York and Connecticut providing project assistance, autism expertise and critical support in countless due process proceedings and mediations.

As the parent of several children with special needs, Jill knows what it’s like to navigate the world of special education services and brings that unique perspective to each case