New London County, Connecticut Education Lawyers
In 1989, I left a partnership in a medium-size firm to establish this firm, where one attorney is responsible for a matter from start to finish. Clients receive personal attention from me and my dedicated staff. Having worked at a medium-size firm, I believe this provides superior service. This law firm utilizes up-to-date technologies in the service of our clients. Lawyers who prepare with the expectation that the case will settle put their clients at a disadvantage. Complete preparation assures the best presentation of the evidence at trial and increases the likelihood that the opposition...
Susan M. Maya graduated Magna Cum Laude from Quinnipiac University School of Law where she attended as a Dean’s Scholar. While at Quinnipiac she received seven outstanding academic achievement awards. Ms. Maya was an academic invitee on the Quinnipiac Law Review where she held the position of Associate Editor. Ms. Maya graduated Magna Cum Laude from the State University of New York at Binghamton. Ms. Maya practices in the areas of Trusts and Estates, Special Education Law, and Executive Compensation Law. She is admitted to practice in New York and Connecticut. She lives with her family in Westport, CT.
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Russell J. Sweeting regularly assists clients with labor and employment issues, civil and criminal litigation and general corporate matters. He also handles estate planning, probate proceedings and real estate transactions on behalf of the firm’s clients. He represents individuals and businesses dealing with contracts, workplace issues and business disputes. As an experienced counselor, Mr. Sweeting advises clients on minimizing potential liabilities, pursuing cost effective litigation or arbitration and on the complexities of various legal transactions. The clients of Mr. Sweeting range from local residents and professionals to small businesses and multinational corporations. He specializes...
Mr. Murphy is a graduate of both Fordham University (Fordham College at Rose Hill, Bronx, NY) and Fordham University School of Law, where he was a member of the Fordham Urban Law Journal and recipient of the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award. After working with the legal division of the New York City Council Finance Division and the Queens County District Attorney’s Office, he joined a boutique litigation firm in downtown Manhattan. For the better part of a decade, Mr. Murphy’s legal and advocacy skills were honed and tested, while handling cases ranging from felony criminal defense...
Mr. Maya received his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and his B.A., Cum Laude, from New York University. He began his career at Clifford Chance in New York City and he has practiced in the state and federal courts of New York and Connecticut. He is the Managing Partner of Maya Murphy. Mr. Maya was born in Brooklyn, New York and resides with his family in Westport, CT.
(212) 682-5700 261 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10016
New York, NY 10016
Attorney, Author, Professor, Disability Activist, Educational Surrogate. Law practice focused on students with disabilities who have been denied an appropriate education. Experience in IEP meetings, 504 meetings, mediation, due process, and manifestation determinations. Some of my practice is spent advocating for LGBTQ students as well as adults with disabilities. Author of Do Not Tweet at an IEP Meeting. Popular local, state-wide, national, and international presenter and trainer on special education legal rights, disability discrimination. Author and facilitator of Mock IEPs, performing throughout The United States. Executive Director and founder of SPED*NET...
Jonathan M. Victor, Esq. set up the Law Office of Jonathan Victor PLLC in 2012 and expanded to Connecticut in 2014. He is your Mahopac lawyer and New Fairfield lawyer happy to help with divorce law, real estate law, civil litigation, and much more!
(914) 263-9779 963 Route 6
Mahopac, NY 10541-1717
Mahopac, NY 10541-1717
Gregory Smith protects the rights of students throughout Connecticut. As a former teacher and supervisor he knows better than anyone what schools can and cannot do. Parents hire Mr. Smith for counsel and guidance. On their behalf he speaks to the district's administrators and attorneys. If necessary he presents the student's case in front of hearing officers. When negotiations fail, or when a district violates the student's rights, Attorney Smith pursues the case into Connecticut's state and federal courts.