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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES
Blog post about the use of drug sniffing dogs in public schools.
Blog post explaining the liability of a university when a cheerleader was paralyzed due to an injury sustained while at cheer practice.
Blog about a former student of Yale Medical School who was dismissed for failing a required exam and then sued the school for breach of contract.
Blog post about a school's liability when there is an exception to the doctrine of governmental immunity.
Blog post about a veteran vice principal who was fired for ordering female students to be strip searched.
Blog post about how a court has found that some districts in Connecticut have led to de facto school segregation.
Blog post about an incarcerated student who was determined to be eligible for special education services.
Blog posts about the rights of gifted students to special education in Connecticut.
The pitfalls of social media in divorce cases.
Blog post about the issue of how public education should be funded in Connecticut.
Blog post about a case where a school district tried to have the parents of a special education student bear the cost of educating the student.
Blog post about the laws regarding funding of public education in Connecticut.
In this article, we will explain the features of the redesigned Green Cards and EADs, and what their adoption will entail for permanent residents and EAD-holders going forward.
In this post, I will examine President Trump's justification for the new Travel Order as stated in the text of the Order itself and, more generally, the provisions in the Travel Order for subsequent changes to the vetting of visa applicants and the immigration system.
Blog post about a mother who sued her child's school for forcibly restraining him with excessive force that caused him to receive a blow to the head that caused a serious injury.
Blog post about the laws regarding accommodations that must be met by the state to make sure that special education students receive a proper education.
Blog post about a termination of autism paraprofessionals that was found to have been a violation of public policy.
Blog post about parents who unsuccessfully sued the school board of their town after they failed to use the proper administrative remedies.
Blog post about a private school that sued parents seeking unpaid tuition payments that were not made after the student was withdrawn.
Blog post about a student who sued to have the department of social services provide her with tuition assistance.