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Education law attorney James Lester helps Michigan families solve school related problems. Most of his
work involves special education or student discipline cases, but his practice also addresses issues such as
seclusion and restraint, bullying problems, and civil rights.

Mr. Lester is available to help parents with IEP meetings, special education mediation and due process
hearings, student suspension and expulsion hearings, litigation, and other proceedings.

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Services page for more information about practice areas and available services.  To learn more
about Mr. Lester and his approach to resolving school problems, read
About James Lester.

contact Mr. Lester if you have questions or concerns about a specific school related matter.
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The content on this website is for informational purposes only, does not constitute legal advice, and is not a substitute for legal advice.  Nothing on this website is intended to, nor does it create, and attorney/client relationship.  Mr. Lester
is licensed to practice law in Michigan only, and does not and will not take cases outside of Michigan.  The information contained on this website is believed to be accurate at the time of posting, but the law is constantly changing and no
representation or guarantee of accuracy is or can be made.  The information contained on this website is general in nature, and does not address the many exceptions to the general rules and other complexities that exist in the law which can
alter the rights and options of different people under different circumstances. Summaries or explanations about the law are based on Michigan law, and do not reflect the law in other states which may be different.
P.O. Box 11
Coldwater, MI  49036-0011
Phone  517-278-7868
Education Law Advice and Representation for Families

"It is the natural,

fundamental right of parents

and legal guardians to

determine and direct the care,

teaching, and education of

their children. The public

schools of this state serve the

needs of the pupils by

cooperating with the pupil's

parents and legal guardians

to develop the pupil's

intellectual capabilities and

vocational skills in a safe

and positive environment."

Michigan Revised School
Code, Sec. 10.
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