Tiffany A. Rousso

Parent Representative

Tiffany Rousso is a highly skilled and dedicated special education attorney with over a decade of experience in the field of education. As a Florida admitted attorney, Tiffany brings her expertise in education law and her passion for advocating for children with special needs to her role as a Parent Representative at Mizrahi Kroub LLP.


Tiffany received her bachelor’s in psychology, where she developed a deep understanding of the complex factors that shape individuals' learning experiences. She further honed her expertise by obtaining a master’s degree in education with a focus on school counseling.

Driven by her commitment to empowering students and ensuring equal access to quality education, Tiffany pursued a Juris Doctorate, graduating with honors.


Tiffany's professional experiences pans various roles in the education sector, providing her with valuable insights into the challenges faced by both educators and students in diverse learning environments. As a former high school math teacher, she designed engaging lesson plans that catered to students at all levels of ability, including those with special needs. 


In her current role as a Parent Representative at Mizrahi Kroub LLP, Tiffany is a strong advocate for the rights of children with special needs. She represents parents in due process hearings before administrative law judges, utilizing her legal knowledge and experience to draft persuasive legal documents and develop compelling arguments. 


With her expertise, dedication, and unwavering commitment to the rights of children with special needs, Tiffany strives to create transformative learning experiences and empower educators to maximize student potential.



  • University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2020, cum laude

                Dean’s merit scholarship recipient

                Dean’s list recipient

  • Florida Atlantic University, M.Ed., 2010
  • Syracuse University, B.A., 2006


  • Florida
  • Southern District of Florida

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