Students in college and other post-secondary schools can face charges of violations of a student code of conduct, academic misconduct and other disciplinary charges. These charges may lead to removal from university housing, suspension or permanent expulsion. There is often a hearing process or appeals process you can use to defend yourself. Sadly, most students go to these hearings unprepared. Don’t go it alone. Get legal advice before you go into a hearing.
• Suspension from school
• Judicial Board hearings
• Academic misconduct (cheating)
• Suspension from University housing
• Accommodations for students with disabilities
• Requests for Education Records; Freedom of Information Act claims