Advocacy

Advocacy means pleading an individual's cause or speaking or writing in support of an individual. To the extent permitted by State law or the rules of the agency before which an individual is appearing, a non-lawyer may engage in advocacy on behalf of another individual. Advocacy may -
(1) Involve representing an individual -
(i) Before private entities or organizations, government agencies (whether State, local, or Federal), or in a court of law (whether State or Federal); or
(ii) In negotiations or mediation, in formal or informal administrative proceedings before government agencies (whether State, local, or Federal), or in legal proceedings in a court of law; and
(2) Be on behalf of -
(i) A single individual, in which case it is individual advocacy;
(ii) A group or class of individuals, in which case it is systems (or systemic) advocacy; or
(iii) Oneself, in which case it is self advocacy.

Source

34 CFR § 364.4


Scoping language

Definitions in EDGAR. The following terms used in this part and in 34 CFR parts 365, 366, and 367 are defined in 34 CFR 77.1:

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