Your Rights

First a teacher, now a lawyer, Gregory Smith has dedicated his career to opportunity and fairness.

OUR VIEW

Officials are human. They make mistakes. But when they refuse to fix their mistakes, we will fight to get our clients everything they deserve.

Federal And State Laws Are Clear.

Bad decisions can harm a child’s future and a teacher’s career. By law, school boards must not let their officials tolerate discrimination. And they are liable when official negligence or misjudgment leads to physical injury or emotional suffering. Other Connecticut lawyers know that no one else has Greg Smith’s mix of knowledge and skill. Put his expertise to work for you.

Students Must Be Able To Learn In Safety

Sexual harassment has no place in school. The federal anti-discrimination statute known as Title IX outlaws unwelcome sexual conduct. It doesn’t matter who did it or how often. Fairfield County education lawyer Gregory has forty years’ experience in the classroom and courtroom. He has held officials across the state accountable in federal court for the horrors of sexual harassment and bullying. Let him see how he can help you.


“He took the extra time to provide us timely, efficient and effective service of the highest caliber.”

Mark

“He has helped our family navigate through a difficult case with sensitivity and kindness.”

Jen

“Thorough and professional in a difficult situation… I recommend him without reservation.”

Jan

Fairfield County Education Law Attorney

Before they call Greg, people are frustrated. They’re tired of officials talking in circles. They’re tired of fighting over problems at school. In hiring him, they feel relieved. They have a professional that will talk to them in plain English. They know they have a Fairfield County education law attorney strong enough to make people at school take them seriously.

Fairfield County Education Law

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