One incident of harassment, intimidation, or bullying (HIB) can take its toll on your child. Harassment, intimidation, or bullying can affect your child’s school performance and can have an impact on their behavior at home. We take allegations of bullying seriously, whether they occur in the classroom, on the playground or on the internet (cyberbullying). We know that your child could be bullied for a number of reasons (including your child’s special educational needs, sexual orientation, race, gender identity or expression, or other real or perceived distinguishing characteristic). Your child deserves a safe and supportive educational environment.  

Sometimes, you just need someone to inform you of your rights as a parent, and what procedures a school is supposed to follow once an allegation of HIB has been raised. You might need an attorney to write a letter to a school or district if you feel you aren’t being taken seriously. Perhaps the   

We work with you as you navigate the administrative process if an incident of harassment, intimidation, or bullying has occurred. We work closely with non-profit advocacy groups in the state to find the appropriate solution to your child’s problem and to make your child’s school a more safe and welcoming place for your child and all students.   

Whether we act as a consultant, advocate in court or in administrative proceedings, we try to craft a strategy to help make your child feel safe at school.