Aimee Buckley, Accredited Disability Representative



Aimee received her Bachelors of Arts degree from Fordham University. She then went on to obtain her Masters of Science degree in Health Care Administration. In 2005, Aimee decided to change her career path and received an advanced certification as a paralegal. She specialized as a paralegal in the areas of workers’ compensation and social security disability.

After years of working as a paralegal, Aimee expanded her professional career, fueled by her passion and desire to further assist disabled claimants. In 2015, Aimee became an EDPNA (Eligible for Direct Pay Non-Attorney) allowing her to provide full representation to social security disability claimants. She has since become approved as an Accredited Disability Representative, holding her to a higher standard of representation. This distinction is obtained only after having met the stringent criteria set out in the Social Security Disability Applicants’ Access to Professional Representation Act of 2010 (PRA).


  • American Institute for Paralegal Studies – Paralegal Certification 2005
  • Simmons College-M.S. 1995
  • Fordham University – B.A. 1991

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • NADR (Non-Attorney Disability Representatives) 2015-present
  • NOSSCR (National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives) 2015-present
  • NALA (National Association of Legal Assistants) 2005-present
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