Are you a Kentucky teacher accused of a crime and concerned about how an
accusation or conviction may impact your teaching certificate? Are you
concerned about discipline from the Kentucky
Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB)?
Are you a parent whose child has been accused of a serious infraction?
Have you or your child been accused of a Title IX violation? Are you concerned
that your child is not receiving proper support in violation of the
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)?
Education law is complicated and can impact your career as a teacher. As
a parent, you rely on education law to protect your child’s future.
If you need help dealing with or enforcing laws related to education in
or around Lexington, look no further than Landon Law.
Attorney John G. Landon is a former Assistant General Counsel for the Kentucky Department of Education, and
Attorney Charles O. Landon has extensive experience litigating juvenile cases that arose in school.
Together, our firm has the experience to navigate some of the most difficult
situations education law poses.
If you have an education law question, then please do not hesitate to call
us at (859) 209-6839 or send us a message online, so we can take the
next steps to help you.
Education Law for Teachers
Under normal circumstances, getting accused of a crime is scary, stressful,
and humiliating. If you work as a teacher, a criminal accusation could
end your career. No matter what you are accused of, you are innocent until
Our team at Landon Law will fight aggressively to protect your rights and
Call us today for help with criminal defense.
The EPSB is responsible for investigating and prosecuting all cases of
educator misconduct. Every year, the EPSB handles more than 300 disciplinary
cases and 250 character and fitness cases. Anyone can report educator
misconduct to the EPSB, but these reports are nothing more than allegations.
Our attorneys can help show that you have adhered to the
Code of Educator Ethics, every step of the way. We can also help you demonstrate your
character and fitness as a teacher or educator under Kentucky State Law.
Education Law for Parents
Children get into trouble at school all the time, but sometimes, bad behavior
can lead to criminal charges. For example, one of the most common juvenile
crimes is destruction of property committed at school. Minors can be accused
of defacing school property with graffiti or otherwise destroying school
property or property owned by other students or teachers.
Children can also end up in juvenile court for running away, skipping school,
breaking curfew, and disobeying their parents.
Landon Law can help you through cases of juvenile delinquency.
Title IX Violations
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects students from discrimination and harassment based on sex. Parents
can file Title IX claims if their children are harassed or discriminated
against at school based on their gender, sexual orientation, or pregnancy status.
More often, however, sexually active students get wrapped up in Title IX
claims involving sexual assault and other forms of sexual violence. If
your teenager ends up in a “he said, she said” situation,
it is imperative to find the truth. Our firm can help.
We can also represent young adults accused of Title IX violations in college
All children deserve a quality education, and IDEA helps make public education
accessible to children with disabilities. If your child is not receiving
the education they deserve at school, you can file a special education
complaint. From there, the
Kentucky Department of Education will investigate and host hearings and mediation.
Our attorneys would be proud to help you with your IDEA complaint and represent
you during dispute resolution with the Kentucky Department of Education.
Get Started Today
Landon Law has over 20 years of collective legal experience in Kentucky
and special experience in education law. We treat our clients like family
and are committed to providing personalized legal solutions. Whether you
need to fight criminal charges as an educator, get through an EPSB investigation,
or help your child get the education they deserve, our team can help.
Call us at (859) 209-6839 or contact us online
to get started today.