Legal Articles, Government

Board of Education Liable to Bullied Student Despite Immunity

Blog post about the town of Fairfield's board of education being found liable for bullying after a series of instances occurred that the school was aware of for several months.

School Board Sued For Failure to Adhere to CT Bullying Policy

Blog post about the school board of Thomaston that was sued for its alleged failure to adhere to Connecticut's laws on bullying.

New CT Law Helps Identify School's Obligation to Bullied Students

Blog post explaining a new Connecticut law that is helping to make it more clear to schools what their obligations are to students who are being bullied.

School Board Held Liable In Bullied Student's Suicide

Blog post about a school board having legal liability for a bullied student's suicide.

CT's Courts Take Active Role in School Bullying Problem

Blog post about Connecticut courts taking steps to address the issue of bullying in schools.

An Explanation of the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act

Blog post about how the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act works and what its effects are.

Immunity Preempts Abused Student's Claim for Negligence

Blog post about a student that was unable to sue the school board because they were protected by governmental immunity.

Governmental Immunity & The School's (Limited) Liability to Students

Blog post on the topic of the governmental immunity of schools and when they can be sued.

The Fundamental Elements of State Anti-Bullying Laws

Blog post about state laws designed to prevent bullying.

CT Lawmaker's Implement New Approach in Battle Against Bullying

Blog post about new legislative efforts in Connecticut to combat school bullying.

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