GrayRobinson education lawyers recognize the numerous and diverse issues confronting educational institutions today. Our education attorneys provide counsel for colleges, community colleges, private and public school systems and trustee and foundation boards. Our attorneys have experience in every area of substantive law that may be significant, including:
- Administration and Government Regulation
- Alcohol and Beverage
- Appellate and Trial Support
- Bond Financing
- Civil Rights
- Contract Procurement Protests
- ERISA and Employee Benefits
- Initiation of Charter Schools
- Intellectual Property and Technology
- Labor and Employment
- Land Use
- Real Estate
- Tort and Construction Litigation
Our experience also includes representation before the U.S. Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Florida Department of Education and Florida Commission on Human Relations.
In addition to our knowledge of the substantive areas of law, the firm's education lawyers also have a significant presence throughout Florida and Tallahassee political and cultural activities. This experience provides insight and understanding for the varied perspectives that educational systems encounter.
GrayRobinson recognizes the unique nature of legal issues educational institutions face. We utilize a vast range of legal experience throughout our 15 offices to meet clients’ needs.