Walsh Gallegos attorneys know school law. That is what we do; every attorney, every day.
Licensed in State of Texas
Supreme Court of the United States
United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Court for the Northern, Southern and Western District of Texas
D. Craig Wood represents school districts across a broad array of legal issues in the areas of employment and student law, governance, and litigation.
Craig has handled civil rights and other constitutional claims, employment disputes, student discipline and personnel matters, and elections and voting rights issues. He has also represented school districts in special education, construction contracts, risk management, real estate, and various types of litigation involving the potential liability of school districts, board members and administrators.
An active speaker, Craig has conducted hundreds of presentations to train school personnel, fellow lawyers, and graduate students on a great variety of school law topics.
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