Top Charlotte Education Lawyers - North Carolina

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  • 380 Knollwood Street,Suite 305 Winston-salem NC 27103 36.090298 -80.28744

    When residents of Winston-Salem, North Carolina are facing criminal charges or criminal investigations, they rely on the lawyers at Beechler Tomberlin, PLLC for comprehensive representation.  Criminal convictions resulting in a criminal record may permanently affect employment options, educational opportunities, and financial endeavors.  The defense attorneys at Beechler Tomberlin appear...

  • 100 North Main Street,Suite 2425 Winston-salem NC 27101 36.09524 -80.243935

    The law firm of Surratt & Thompson in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, offers a full range of services for a diverse base of clients. Serving residents in the Winston-Salem metro area and throughout the Piedmont Triad, we represent clients who have legal needs in the following practice areas: Incompetency and guardianship Estate planning and probate Special proceedings Real estate Corporate and...

  • 301 N. Main Street,Suite 1070 Winston-salem NC 27101 36.098186 -80.24351

    Schmitz Law, P.C., is a local family law firm committed to providing the highest caliber of legal representation with an ethical and client-focused approach. Located in Winston Salem, North Carolina, we protect individuals and families in divorce, child custody and visitation, and other family law issues throughout the Triad. At Schmitz Law, P.C., we believe in building relationships with our...

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    114 N. Elm St.,Suite 600 Greensboro NC 27401 36.073116 -79.79022

    At the law firm of Henson & Talley in Greensboro, North Carolina, we offer comprehensive legal services and high-quality representation in the following practice areas to serve the needs of individuals and businesses throughout the Triad Region and the rest of North Carolina: Business and corporate law and commercial litigation : Whether you are just starting your business or need solid...

  • 103 Fountainhead Lane Fayetteville NC 28301 35.055363 -78.89046

    When you need quality legal representation in Fayetteville, North Carolina, regarding matters of family law and criminal law, you get an effective, experienced team at the law office of Devan & Null, Attorneys at Law. Also serving all of Cumberland County, our attorneys recognize the toll that family law issues can take on families and children, and we work to resolve your case quickly and...

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    10150 Chambers Road Raleigh NC 27603 35.634136 -78.70991

    I am attorney Alexander Brick, and from my law firm, Brick Law Office in Raleigh, North Carolina, I strive to provide the highest level of advocacy and support possible to those facing virtually any type of legal challenge. Serving clients throughout Wake County and the surrounding areas, I am also licensed to practice in Florida, so I can represent your rights and interests in federal court...

  • 150 Fayetteville Street, Suite 1800,P.O. Box 1151 Raleigh NC 27602 35.778763 -78.63954

    At Tharrington Smith we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality professional legal services available. Our motto “we don’t deal with cases, we deal with people” is the foundation of our practice. Since its founding in 1964, Tharrington Smith has grown into a practice that reaches across the state, and has earned a reputation that spreads across the nation. Our attorneys focus on the core...

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    1514 Glenwood Avenue,Suite 200 Raleigh NC 27608 35.79984 -78.64569

    Serving people in Raleigh, North Carolina, Allen Law Offices, PLLC, offers representation in business law matters. We have decades of combined experience handling matters that involve litigation, government relations, public utility regulation, cooperative organizations, criminal defense and education law. Our team members are involved in organizations such as the North Carolina Bar Association...

Need help with an Education Law matter?

You've come to the right place.  Education lawyers represent parents and their children in cases involving students' access to public school education, rights of special needs students under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), discrimination in education, and more.

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