Practice Area

Education Law

At Young Moore, we are passionate about education and our advocacy for educational entities and educators in federal and state courts throughout North Carolina. Our education law practice group handles a wide variety of complex legal issues for our educational clients, including sovereign and governmental imunity, section 1983 claims, Title IX claims, federal and state constitutional claims, and a myriad of tort claims, including property damage, premises liability, negligence, negligent hiring, negligent supervision, defamation, sexual molestation/assault/harassment, false arrest/detention and punitive damages, to name a few.

We are committed to providing cost-effective and sound litigation solutions. We encourage pre- and post-suit mediations and promote creative approaches to resolve matters early, where appropriate. When a trial is warranted, we are experienced and provide zealous representation effective in advocating for our clients whether before a judge or jury, in federal or state court. Our extensive trial experience in many different areas of law has enabled us to develop strong relationships with highly qualified expert witnesses as part of an aggressive trial team, and to master efficient techniques for strategic investigation, discovery, and dispositive motion practice on behalf of our educational clients.

We are pleased to offer our education law services to educational clients throughout North Carolina. Based on our extensive experience, we welcome the opportunity to assist you with a targeted and focused solution to your issues.

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