Talented and dedicated college professors and administrators are indispensable to a thriving, healthy academic environment. Like all employees, college professors, administrators, and other higher education staff are entitled to fair treatment under the law.
If you are a college professor or administrator and you believe that your rights have been violated, you need and deserve to have a legal team on your side with knowledge and experience in the employment law issues that higher education employees frequently face.
OUR LEGAL SERVICES
At Outten & Golden, we provide an array of employment-related legal services to assert and protect the rights of college professors and administrators. Some of the cases that our firm handles include:
In addition to these issues that frequently arise, the attorneys at Outten & Golden are well-versed in many other employment-based claims that concern higher education faculty and administrators, including attacks on academic freedom, salary and compensation issues (including pay equity claims), employee misclassification issues, and many other types of claims.[*]
OUTTEN & GOLDEN – EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS FOR COLLEGE PROFESSORS AND ADMINISTRATORS
For a college or university to succeed in its mission of offering educational excellence, its faculty and staff must feel encouraged, valued, and confident that their rights will be protected.
At Outten & Golden LLP, we are committed to protecting and defending the rights of college professors and administrators. We understand the unique needs of those who work in higher education, and we know that when legal complications arise, you need a team that can address those issues effectively and efficiently so you can move forward and continue to excel at your job.
If you are employed in higher education and need legal guidance regarding an employment issue, we're here to help. Please contact us to discuss your circumstances with a knowledgeable and experienced Outten & Golden attorney.
[*] Please note that prior successes do not guarantee future outcomes.