Texas School Law Attorney

Education builds the foundation for the future and is a big part of life in the State of Texas. We know how imperative attending school and achieving success is for students and their parents. But sometimes school issues transpire that jeopardize the education experiences and future plans. Expulsion, suspension, admission policies, special education and freedom of speech are school law issues that can warrant litigation proceedings that an attorney can handle best. At the Education Litigation Group, we represent clients for school law issues throughout Texas and the nation as a whole.

Lawyer for Students Constitutional Rights in Austin

In Texas, the university system is vast, including the University of Texas, Texas A&M University and other prestigious higher education institutions. Our firm has experience representing students within the University of Texas system for a variety of school law concerns. At the Education Litigation Group, LLC, we help protect the constitutional rights of students, parents and teachers in the vast public university system as well as other schools throughout the state in cities including:

  • Austin
  • College Station
  • Corpus Christi
  • Dallas
  • El Paso
  • San Marcos
  • Fort Worth
  • Houston
  • Lubbock
  • San Antonio
  • Denton
  • Waco

No matter where a student law issue occurs or what school law issue is involved, we fight for client rights every step of the way. This dedication to client rights is a core value at the Education Litigation Group, LLC. As a student advocate for more than 20 years, firm founder and practicing attorney Jason Bach has a long-term commitment to student rights. Few lawyers have represented clients in so many school law issues. As a result, our firm is well-poised to handle education law litigation.

Do you need more information about a school law issue? Contact us to find out more about how our experience in education law could help your case. Send an e-mail or call our Chicago office to inquire about speaking to an attorney. 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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