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Law Offices of Diana Stasia Gondek, Esq. - Boston, MA

6 Beacon StreetSuite 700 Boston, MA 02108

Updated: 08/15/2022

Boston Arbitration and Teacher Tenure Law Firm

About Law Offices of Diana Stasia Gondek, Esq.

Practice Areas

  • Arbitration and Teacher Tenure
  • Civil Rights/Discrimination Law
  • Conflict of Interest Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Discipline of Students
  • Liability for Negligence
  • Municipal Finance Law
  • Open Meeting Law
  • Public Records Law
  • Retirement Law
  • Unfair Labor Practices
  • Vocational Education
  • Education Law 100%


  • Recipient, Dedicated Service as Legal Counsel and Presenter at The Education Law Institutes, Massachusetts Association of School Business Officials (M.A.S.B.O.)

Published Works

  • The Massachusetts School Law Disgest, M.A.S.B.O., Bimonthly, 1993
  • The Legal Status of Professional Personnel in the Public Schools, M.A.S.B.O., 1986
  • Issues and Concerns of Importance to Public School Officials, Greater Lawrence Educational Collaborative, Vol. II, 1988
  • Issues and Concerns of Importance to Public School Officials, Greater Lawrence Educational Collaborative, Vol. I, 1986
  • General Law of Education Relating to School Committees, M.A.S.B.O. Cooperative Corporation, January, 1984

Classes and Seminars

  • Presenter, The Education Law Institute (Annual Conference), M.A.S.B.O.
  • Presenter, Various Statewide In-Service Training Programs, Workshops and Seminars to Educators on School Law

Representative Clients

  • Massachusetts Association of School Business Officials
  • The School Committee of the Town of Holbrook, Massachusetts
  • The School Committee of the Town of Rockland, Massachusetts



Office Information


6 Beacon StreetSuite 700 Boston, MA 02108


  • (617) 523-2712

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