Poughkeepsie Education Lawyer

Teacher Disciplinary Proceedings

If you are an educator facing disciplinary proceedings in New York, it is important to consult with an experienced education law attorney as soon as possible. With skilled legal guidance, you may be able to avoid pitfalls that can put your career in jeopardy.

At Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C. our lawyers have extensive experience representing teachers in 3020-a disciplinary proceedings and other critical legal matters. We are here to guide you through this complex legal terrain while protecting your teaching license, your reputation and your livelihood.

Contact us today to arrange a consultation with an experienced Poughkeepsie education attorney. We represent clients in Dutchess County, Ulster County, Orange County, Putnam County, Westchester County and across surrounding areas.

We Handle Disciplinary Matters For Educators In New York

A single accusation can put a teacher's career in jeopardy. Our attorneys are committed to protecting the rights of teachers facing licensing and disciplinary proceedings due to allegations of:

  • Criminal charges
  • Substance abuse
  • Failure to report issues for mandated reporters

In some cases, teachers face administrative licensing issues and criminal charges simultaneously. We are experienced in all venues and can provide you with the full-service representation you need. Our office also assists clients in matters of special education law.

Get Over a Century of Experience on Your Side

Our attorneys have handled cases in more than half of the counties in the state. Contact us today to see how we can help you!

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Hudson Valley Lawyer

Poughkeepsie Address:

Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C.
Hudson Valley Lawyer
40 Garden Street,
Suite 301,

Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Local Phone: 917.689.0463

Kingston Address:

369 Washington Avenue
2nd Floor
Kingston, NY 12401

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