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Colorado Higher Education Attorney

Post-secondary education offers students a chance to delve deep into the fields they find compelling, become more desirable job candidates and grow as individuals. While college and graduate students are adults under the law, they still face many of the same challenges as younger students.

Students with disabilities have specific rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). If you are struggling to complete your education because of a disability, it may be possible to enforce your rights and work with your school to find a solution. Let us help; contact us at 303-228-1616 to arrange a free initial call.

At the Law Offices of Louise Bouzari, LLC, we represent these young adults in a variety of legal matters so that they can make the most of their education and pursue the life they want. We represent students facing education law issues like:

  • Tuition issues
  • Disciplinary matters such as expulsion
  • Allegations of academic dishonesty
  • Administrative hearings
  • Discrimination
  • Due process and equal protection issues

Contact Us to Begin Protecting Your Rights

Colleges and universities have substantial resources at their disposal, including insurers, lawyers and institutional power. It may seem intimidating when all of these resources are working against you, but the best way to level the playing field is to get in touch with a higher education attorney who understands the campus environment, the laws governing the school and your rights as a student.

To arrange an initial consultation at no cost, we encourage you to contact our office in Denver, Colorado, at 303-228-1616. We look forward to helping you preserve your rights and your future.

Office Location

Law Offices of Louise Bouzari, LLC
7887 E. Belleview Avenue
Suite 1100
Englewood, CO 80111

Phone: 303-228-1616
Fax: 303-771-0460
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