Timoney Knox’s Education Law Group stands up for students’ rights. We represent parents and students in education-related matters, including special education law. We work to secure appropriate educational programs for children with disabilities and help our clients obtain compensatory education, school placements, tuition reimbursement, and other available remedies. We also represent students in matters involving school bullying, discrimination, harassment, hazing, transgender rights, sexual and/or physical abuse, and student discipline.
With more than 25 years of experience in the field of school law and special education, Timoney Knox’s Education Law Group combines a reputation for excellence and depth of knowledge with personalized and zealous representation. Our lawyers are highly skilled negotiators and litigators, having successfully handled hundreds of education-related matters. We are dedicated to providing exemplary legal services and effective and aggressive advocacy for our clients to ensure the protection of the rights of all students in schools.
For questions about our Education Law services or to schedule a free consultation, please call us at 215.540.2656 or fill out the form below.
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Call us with questions about our education law services 215.540.2656, or fill out the form below for a free initial consultation. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
“Scott did an excellent job representing our daughter. It was a difficult and emotional time for our family, but Scott’s experience and advocacy on behalf of our daughter provided tremendous support for us. We engaged Scott based upon a strong referral from a parent and friend who had worked with Scott in the past and that decision has truly helped our family in many ways.”Parent
We represent parents and students in addressing all aspects of special education in schools, including protecting the rights of special education students and young adults. At Timoney Knox, you’ll find an education lawyer who’ll be with you every step of the way.
We represent students to protect their civil rights, ensuring schools do not discriminate against children and young adults based on their race, national origin, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or other protected category.
We take the necessary steps to help end the bullying a student faces in school and, when warranted, to hold schools responsible for damages.
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