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Gregory Smith, Esq. - Stamford, CT

80 Fourth Street Stamford, CT 06905

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Updated: 05/15/2020

Stamford School and Education Law Firm


From his office in Ridgefield Gregory Smith pursues the interest of students and teachers in courts and hearings throughout the state.

Mr. Smith
• Brings suits in state court for damages to students from the negligence of school districts and the violence of classmates;

• Counsels the victims of bullying and harassment on their rights;

• Pursues claims under civil rights laws in state and federal court against school districts for the intentional disregard of sexual harassment of one student by ano ...

About Gregory Smith, Esq.

Practice Areas

  • School and Education Law 100%


  • 50%


  • Connecticut Bar Association Annual Prop Bono Award, 2011 - Present

Published Works

  • Lessons of Liability in Connecticut Classrooms, Connecticut Law Tribune, September 15, 2014

Classes and Seminars

  • Special Education Laws Made Simple, National Business Institute, May 18, 2015 - May 19, 2015

Pro Bono Activities

  • Representing indigent students in expulsion hearings, May 1, 2011 - February 1, 2012




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Office Information


80 Fourth Street Stamford, CT 06905


  • 888-717-0543

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