Student Advocate Lawyer
Education law issues can involve and affect students, parents and even teachers. Whether it is a case involving dismissal, suspension, conduct code violation, disability accommodation, freedom of speech, grade appeal, Title IX, tenure (for professors) or some other issue, Education Litigation Group protects your interests.
As a firm, we represent clients throughout the country and provide the precise, attentive service needed to resolve the complex issues involved with education law. Cases can often be resolved through out-of-court settlements, but we remain ready to prepare for trial proceedings should they become necessary. As experienced litigation lawyers, we will take the case to trial if necessary to fight for the rights of our clients.
We have a proud history of success. In fact, Education Litigation Group is part of the Bach Law Firm family. Visit The Bach Law Firm, LLC, website to find out more about our other practice areas and experience representing clients for different cases. Our team of legal professionals has helped clients resolve many diverse issues to their satisfaction in addition to those in the area of education law.
Upholding the Rights of Students
Over the years, we have represented clients in cases involving public and private educational institutions including professional, graduate and undergraduate schools. Firm founder and attorney, Jason Bach, has worked on student rights issues for more than 25 years. His long-term interest and commitment to education rights are the foundation for the successful practice that he has today. At Education Litigation Group, the commitment to protecting the rights of students remains a core value for our firm.
Education Law Questions
Do you have an education law concern? To discuss a potential remedy with an attorney, please contact the Las Vegas-based office of Education Litigation Group. We are not a contingency firm and operate on an hourly basis for billing.
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 courts in Nevada, Texas, and the District of Columbia. He can appear pro hac vice in almost 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.