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Thursday, Mar. 23rd 2017

Faculty & Admin Due Process Lawyer

School faculty and administrators have due process rights that need to be fully understood. Kansas and Missouri are different regarding teacher tenure and due process. Public colleges and universities are different than private institutions in that due process does not apply but published employment policies and rights do apply. Cohen is the type of lawyer who can assist in due process proceedings from start to finish.
 
Cohen has worked on behalf of faculty and administrators in Kansas in partnership with the Kansas National Education Association (KNEA). He also has extensive knowledge of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in regards to their due process. Even though each school district may have its own policies and procedures that are subject to the state Department of Education, Cohen is able to work efficiently through each matter.
 
Cohen is experienced in representing both faculty and administrators in both Teacher and Administrator License Proceedings in Kansas at hearings before the PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES COMMISSION. Every case requires a detailed and thorough review of the facts and legal basis for the district or agency action being threatened. He has negotiated school district contract disputes, private school contract disputes and college and university faculty and administrator due process matters. With more than 40 years of experience in administrative law before a wide variety of state and federal agencies, Cohen has brought to each case a depth of knowledge and understanding that will maximize his client’s opportunity for a successful outcome.
 
Being a graduate of the KU School of Education, 1970, Cohen has since represented many public and private school (K-12) teachers and administrators. His work extends to representing faculty and administrators in due process on tenure, contract renewals, pre-tenure reviews, misconduct and academic freedom issues. 
 
Please contact Cohen for a no cost, no obligation initials consultation by email or phone: cac@studentrightslawyers.com or 913.956.1125.

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