Education attorney Greg Smith serves Connecticut’s students. He advises them and their families. He represents their interests in legal matters with the state’s public and private schools and colleges.
Attorney Smith defends his clients’ rights. He wins compensation for the victims of sexual abuse. He sues schools for official negligence. He defends students against unfair discipline. He protects the disabled from discrimination.
“Judge Rules Against New Fairfield Schools in Sexual Harassment Lawsuit.“ — Danbury News-Times
Greg Smith’s practice is known throughout Connecticut. Other attorneys refer their clients’ school matters to Greg. He has won awards from the Connecticut Bar Association for his work for indigent students.
“Extremely knowledgeable and trustworthy, he has helped our family navigate through a difficult case with sensitivity and kindness.”
As an education attorney he has pursued cases against schools in state courts across Connecticut. He takes civil rights cases to the federal courts in Bridgeport and New Haven. He represents students in hearings before boards of education across the state.
“You will be our go-to attorney.”
One reason clients come to Attorney Smith is his long experience as a teacher. Greg taught public high school for thirty years in Massachusetts and Connecticut. In the eleven years since then he has devoted his practice to the interests of adolescents.
“I feel more confident now knowing that I can reach out to you.”
Greg knows how schools work. He knows what teachers do in their classrooms. He knows what principals and superintendents do in their office. He knows what boards of education do in meetings. An experienced education attorney will protect your interests.
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