At Selogie & Brett, we know that choosing an attorney to handle the education and future well-being of your child is not something to be taken lightly. With that in mind, we are committed to providing excellent legal assistance and are passionate about “leveling the playing field” to ensure your child has an equal opportunity to access a quality education.

The partners at Selogie & Brett, LLP bring a combined total of ten-plus years of experience within the special education and legal fields. What sets this firm apart from other local Southern California special education law firms is the dedication to the special needs community both inside and outside of the courtroom. They are not just your lawyers; they are on your team to help you provide the best possible future for your child. The partners of Selogie & Brett are both active in philanthropic and volunteer efforts for organizations and non-profits benefiting the special needs community.

Amanda Selogie, Esq., Partner

Amanda has a degree in Child and Adolescent Development, specializing in Education from California State University, Northridge. While completing her undergraduate degree, Amanda’s interest in Special Education Law developed when she served as a one-to-one aide for children living with special needs at CHIME Charter Elementary School.

Amanda received a Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School. While at Whittier Law School, Amanda was a Fellow in the prestigious Center for Children’s Rights Fellowship Program. Amanda also served in the school’s pro-bono Special Education Legal Clinic.

Vickie Brett, Esq., Partner

Vickie has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor degree in Philosophy from the University of California, Riverside. Vickie received her Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School where she was very active student. While attending Whittier Law School, Vickie was treasurer and External Donations Auction Chair of the Public Interest Law Foundation, was a Fellow at Orange County Coast Keeper, and was Clerical Justice and an External Competitor for the law school’s Moot Court Honors Board.

It was through these organizations, as well as working with the law school’s Special Education Legal Clinic that Vickie became fond of public interest and special education law.