We assist our clients with Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 compliance, and the development of compliant policies and procedures related to students with disabilities. When a dispute over a student’s goals, services, or placement cannot be resolved through informal means, such as a resolution session or mediation, our advocacy spans the entire spectrum from administrative proceedings to litigation, including investigations by the Office for Civil Rights.
Our advocacy in this sensitive area spans the entire spectrum from administrative proceedings to litigation.
Navigating the New Frontiers of Education
For years, Tyler Turner and Mary Allison Caudell have practiced in the area of education law. Within the education law field, they have developed a particular focus on representing the rights of a unique type of public school that is given autonomy and that creates new, innovative, and more flexible ways of educating children — charter schools.
Contact us to speak to us in person and learn more