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Education Law

Every child has a fundamental right to a fair and appropriate education

If you and your child/children are confronted with an educational issue or dispute that require the assistance of legal counsel, you will need a strong, qualified advocate on your side. Choosing the right representation will ensure that your rights, and those of your child/children are protected.

At Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle and Sacks we know the federal and state laws that govern education and students’ access to it and we can provide the legal advice or representation to navigate you through whatever school related issue you may be facing. We understand the subtleties of education law in light of the ongoing relationship between the parents/student and the school district. We are equipped to help bring about a viable resolution to your educational issues.

Our education law practice includes representation in a wide variety of matters such as:

  • Special education matters including IEP meetings and due process hearings.
  • Disciplinary Cases
  • Bullying
  • Zero Tolerance Issues
  • Reasonable accommodations for disabled or advanced and gifted students.
  • Transportation
  • Testing Issues

We also are pleased to serve educators who need the assistance that a knowledgeable and experienced lawyer can provide, such as:

  • Collective Bargaining
  • Charges of Misconduct
  • Disciplinary Actions

We also represent educational institutions that encounter issues with students, their families, employees, and in other matters affecting successful operations.

Stephen R. Leone, Esq.
Annemarie Schreiber, Esq., CELA
Peter M. Draper, Esq.
Danielle A. Rosiejka, Esq.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation or for more information about how we can help you and your family.


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