Hiroshima Daggett is experienced in a wide range of matters related to education law, from advising on best practices and policies for risk prevention, to mitigating personnel issues pre-litigation. Our attorneys frequently provide advice on issues as diverse as free speech in a school setting, Title IX, freedom of religion, or testing for substance abuse. These matters often involve the analysis and interpretation of both federal and state law. Hiroshima Daggett understands the complexity and legal challenges unique to the education environment in either the public or private sector.
How it Works
Hiroshima Daggett provides a broad range of education legal services in the areas of corporate law, student relations, student litigation, sexual misconduct claims, personnel matters, insurance, finance, records, housing disputes, and more. Our firm proudly serves as general counsel to hundreds of private schools from preschool to the college and university level, offering the most up to date and compliant legal guidance. We advise on areas such as policies for risk prevention, financing, and best practices to utilize within any education organization, with particular emphasis in development, review, and revision of policies and handbooks.
- Policies for risk prevention
- Board organization and Practice
- Executive compensation
- Development, fundraising, and implementation of gifts
- Bylaws, faculty guidelines, and administrative manuals
- General advising & General Counsel services
- Policy development, review & revision
- Handbook development, review & revision