Constitutional Rights, Education, and Disability

Constitutional

 

With no one to speak for them, the rights of families, children, and those with special needs can be ignored or trampled over. And without legal recourse, people and their families can feel enormous pressure to knuckle under, accepting deprivation of their rights as normal. Telios Law provides advocacy, litigation, and alternatives to litigation that hold government, organizations, and individuals accountable.

Through legal solutions, we can safeguard the rights of those who cannot protect themselves. 

Disabilities

  • Discrimination claims under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act

Education

  • Special education issues under IDEA

  • Education discrimination issues under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

  • General education issues such as expulsion, FERPA, truancy, or parents’ rights

Constitutional Rights

  • First Amendment (free speech, free exercise, religious liberties) and parental rights