Professor Debra Chopp directs the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic. Her research, teaching, and legal practice focus primarily on education law, family law/domestic violence, and cross-cultural communication. Professor Chopp has presented on these and other topics at local, state, and national conferences. She also provides regular trainings to medical providers on patient advocacy, special education, and social determinants of health. As the director of the Pediatric Advocacy Clinic, Professor Chopp works with medical providers and law students to provide free legal services that address the social determinants of health of families and improve child health.
Co-author. "Arguing on the Side of Culture." R. Ortega and F. Vandervort, co-authors. Litig. J. Fall 2014 (2014): 10-3.
"The Intersection of Family Law and Education Law." Res Ipsa Loquitur 44, no. 4 (2014): 4.
"School Districts and Families Under the IDEA: Collaborative in Theory, Adversarial in Fact." J. Nat'l Ass'n Admin. L. Judiciary 32 (2012): 423-60.