Washington, D.C. Education Law Attorney

Contrary to what most people believe, students at private schools have rights too. Just as a student is under an obligation to follow a code of conduct, and pay tuition and fees, a school must follow its own rules and provide the student with an education. Schools cannot ignore these obligations. The complexity of this relationship can lead to issues. At the Education Litigation Group, LLC, we represent students, parents and teachers in a variety of cases, including cases for expulsion and admissions.

Our work on behalf of clients enrolled in private schools extends throughout the United States, extending to the nation's capitol as well. Our experienced record reaches to the Washington, D.C. area as home of some of the nation's leading higher education schools, including:

  • Georgetown University
  • George Washington University
  • University of the District of Columbia
  • American University

Breach of Contract Damages

We know education law issues occur at the most prestigious, private universities. Our skill in handling these cases can help bring a resolution. Private universities should be held accountable for the contracts they form with their students. Schools must treat members of their education community with a certain level of fairness. This includes students, parents and teachers.

We know from experience that expulsion from a graduate program at one institution can make entering any other program virtually impossible. Students need to uphold their constitutional and contractual rights in cases of expulsion, and hiring an attorney can be the best remedy well worth the resource investment. A lifetime of career opportunities and income may be at stake for the student.

Washington, D.C. Education Law Lawyer

Are you a student, parent or teacher in the Washington, D.C. area with an education law issue? Contact us to find out how our experience with private schools could help your case. Send an e-mail or call our Chicago office to inquire about speaking to a lawyer. Our firm represents clients on an hourly fee basis. We are not a contingency law firm for most cases.

Jason J. Bach is admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of the United States, multiple Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal and Federal District Courts, and in Nevada, Texas, and the District of Columbia. He can appear pro hac vice in any federal court in the United States, and he works with a network of local attorneys across the country to represent clients in numerous states.

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