Newark, Ohio Education Lawyers
Mark represents students preschool through PhD in disciplinary and education issues, and represents school employees in school discipline, contract and separation issues, and for education licensure investigations conducted by the Ohio Department of Education.
Mark has written and spoken on a variety of education-related topics including FERPA, Student Codes...
Located in the heart of Columbus, Ohio, we represent REAL people with REAL problems. We understand paying an attorney is never what someone wants to do. However, providing the benefit that comes with hiring an attorney is our focus. An investment now to protect your rights will pay off in the end.
Avery is originally from North Carolina and received his Bachelor’s degree in History from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Go Tar Heels!). While attending The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Avery interned with the Orange County District Attorney’s office. Immediately after receiving his undergraduate degree, Avery moved to Columbus to attend Capital University Law School. During his...
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