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Leigh Law Group – Protecting Your Rights

The litigation firm people trust with a unique blend of experience in special education law, education law, employment law and civil rights law. The firm also provides small businesses representation ranging from transactional issues such as contracts and contract development to litigation representation.

A Firm FocusedOn People, Not Cases

Our skilled attorneys offer cost-effective solutions for students, parents, educators, employees and businesses.

Ensuring Your Child GetsThe Education They Deserve

We represent children and students in every grade level as well as college and university students to obtain meaningful educational access under state and federal law.

Individual Support ForEducators

Personalized employment law services for education professionals involved in legal matters with their local municipalities and school board.

Fighting ForEmployees

Experienced legal counsel for public and private employees standing their ground against municipalities and corporate employees.

Our Attorneys

Mandy Leigh
Mandy Leigh
Jay Jambeck
Jay Jambeck
Damien B. Troutman
Damien B. Troutman
Associate Attorney
Natalie N. Brown
Natalie N. Brown
Legal Assistant

Does relying on consumer surveys lead to workplace discrimination?

When companies rely on customer satisfaction surveys to evaluate their workers, it can lead to discrimination. This is because consumers’ ratings are often infected by racism, ageism, sexism or...

Judge: UC system cannot use test-optional admissions policy

In May, the University of California Board of Regents voted to drop the SAT/ACT testing requirement for admissions. That policy goes into effect in 2023. However, in the meantime, the regents gave...

California gig economy worker? You may be an employee

If you drive with Uber, Lyft or another “gig economy” company, you may not be an independent contractor. Instead, you may legally be an employee of the company you’ve been working with. A California...

Multiple groups sue to block new campus sexual assault rules

The Education Department’s new rules for how schools should respond to allegations of sexual assault and harassment are slated to take effect next month. The issue is Title IX of the Education...

Should you consider arbitrating your business dispute?

You may have heard about arbitration, but you may not know much about it. Under the right circumstances, it can be a quick, economical and final way to resolve a business dispute. You can arbitrate...

Talk To Us In A Free Consultation

After contacting our office, if based on the information you have provided, we believe that representation is appropriate, we offer a 30-minute free consultations to determine if retaining our services is needed, and we prepare certain cases on a low cost or contingency basis. Our rates are competitive and in line with prevailing rates in the community. Also, we sometimes work on a sliding fee scale basis, and in some cases, we offer a reduced rate for attorneys’ fees. Our hourly rates are competitive and reasonable. Get in touch as soon as possible to learn how we can help you.

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