Education law

Whether its you or your child, if you have an issue with education or post-secondary education accommodation, we know how important it is to resolve these issues quickly and properly.  

Bakerlaw is a leader in disability law and provides a wide range of legal services for students in Ontario’s public, separate, private and post-secondary schools. We assist students and families in mediations and negotiations with school officials regarding identification and placement of students (the “IPRC” process) and individual education plans (IEPs). We have extensive experience assisting clients in securing accommodations for disability-related needs.  

Whether your matter is at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Child and Family Services Review Board, or the Ontario Special Education Tribunal, bakerlaw can guide you through it! 

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