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Education Law Training

We provide vital education law training to the faculty, staff, and leadership teams of our educational clients. In addition, we investigate allegations of discrimination or harassment and provide the legal counsel you need to mitigate risk. We can help your charter or private school by:
  • Creating custom education law training programs for faculty, staff, teachers, and administration in either group or one-on-one settings.
  • Instructing personnel on discrimination, harassment, child abuse, boundaries with students, and other related areas that govern an educational environment.
  • Conducting investigations of allegations of discrimination or harassment – whether the accused is a faculty or staff member, or a student.

To learn more about our education law training and legal services, click on the topic you want to learn more about from the selection below:

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