Stephanie Cote joined the Education Law team at BSK in May of 2018, adding to our deep bench of seasoned attorneys who are known for their practical, problem-solving approach to resolve legal conflicts in a manner that achieves the best outcomes for all parties involved.

Stephanie brings experience that spans work and internship roles with the Greater Boston Legal Services’ Children’s Disability Project, the Massachusetts Advocates for Children, and the US Department of Education.

She was a judicial intern for the Honorable Bruce M. Selya of the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Cote was a Corps Member for Teach for America and a volunteer for the Massachusetts Special Education Surrogate Parent Program.

She is a magna cum laude graduate of Boston University and honors graduate of Northeastern University School of Law. Stephanie may be reached at See her professional biography here.


Our team of attorneys has a wealth of education-specific experience in both general and special education law. We represent numerous school districts and educational collaboratives throughout Rhode Island.

Over the years, we have been involved in several precedent-setting decisions; we are often on the front-lines of issues related to the most current and pivotal topics in education law. For instance, we were recently successful in upholding terminations of two school professionals by one of Rhode Island’s largest school districts based on poor performance, as opposed to disciplinary infractions.

We work with our clients to create comprehensive policies and develop data to support vital decision-making. Learn more about our Education & Municipal Law practice here.

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