Teacher's Rights Regarding Education and Tenure

It doesn’t much matter whether you work in an ivory tower or at P.S. 231 in Brooklyn; the field of education is not immune from politics in the workplace or from unfair employment practices. But schools are not immune from the law, either.

Leeds Brown Law, P.C., offers comprehensive representation in all areas of education and tenure law, including matters that involve internal grievance procedures, First Amendment issues, reappointment and tenure disputes, and a variety of other concerns.

At Leeds Brown Law, P.C., we represent students, teachers, professors, adjunct faculty, administrators, board members and others who work in the primary or secondary levels of education, and who have been mistreated in some way by their employers. Generally, our education and tenure law practice is devoted to clients on Long Island and elsewhere in the New York City area.

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Much of our practice is devoted to representing educators in claims against school districts, colleges and universities. As professionals themselves, our lawyers understand how our clients feel about their careers and how important it is to preserve them. As your law firm of choice, Leeds Brown Law, PC will work hard to resolve your dispute as quickly as possible, either through mediation and other means of alternative dispute resolution, or through the courts if that is the best way to obtain justice.

Our team approach will facilitate your active involvement in the process and make possible a more comprehensive analysis of the legal issues involved, as well as a more well-rounded decision-making process. You will always have access to speak with someone who knows you and your case if questions or concerns should ever arise.

Leeds Brown Law, P.C., is a New York City area litigation firm committed to integrity, professionalism, vigorous advocacy and getting results in a variety of legal practice areas, particularly in the areas of civil rights and employment discrimination.