Chicago Education Law Attorney
Have you experienced an education law issue in Chicago or the Northwest Indiana region? Are you or a family member threatened with dismissal or suspension from a medical or other professional school, graduate program, or facing another school issue that compromises your constitutional rights? Our team at Education Litigation Group has extensive experience representing students, parents and teachers for issues in education law.
College Student Rights Lawyer
Through our network of attorneys in Illinois and northwest Indiana, we are committed to protecting the rights of our clients for education-related legal issues in both public and private institutions of higher learning. We have worked on cases in Chicago, Gary, Evanston and Northwestern Indiana, including those involving virtually all major universities in Chicago:
- University of Illinois – Chicago
- University of Chicago
- Northwestern University
- DePaul University
- The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
- Adler University
- Indiana University at Northwest
We are proud of our involvement in the Chicago and Northwestern Indiana region through our clients and our business.
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Education Litigation Group provides legal services to students, their parents and teachers. Education law is far-reaching, not just in terms of the people involved but also in terms of the schools whether public or private. Through pro hac vice admission in various jurisdictions, we represent clients in Chicago, throughout Illinois, Northwest Indiana and on a nationwide basis.
Do you need more information about an education law issue? Contact us to find out more about how our experience in education law could help your case. Send an email or call our 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 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.