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Georgia State University College of Law (Juris Doctor, 2003)
University of Alabama in Huntsville (M.A., English Literature with ‘Class A’ Graduate Teaching Certification)
Emory University (B.A., English with minors in History and Religion)
Oxford College of Emory University (A.A., Liberal Studies)
Licensed in the State of Texas, Virginia and Alabama
United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys
Texas Association of School Boards Council of School Attorneys
After graduating from Emory University in Atlanta and receiving his master’s degree in English and education at the University of Alabama, Henry Green Bostwick (“Hank”) became a teacher and served general and special education students in rural and urban public schools for almost ten years. Presently, Hank holds Texas Educator Certificates in Special Education, English Language Arts and Reading and English as a Second Language.
When Hank finished law school, he continued to focus on improving outcomes for children in public schools as a special education attorney in Alabama and Virginia. Before joining Walsh Gallegos, Hank served as co-chair of the Education and Juvenile Justice Task Force for the State Bar of Texas and managed the education and special education law teams for a non-profit legal aid organization representing indigent children and families from El Paso to the Coastal Bend.
Hank has litigated special education law issues in state administrative hearings as well as federal court. As an attorney-educator, he has given dozens of presentations about general and special education lawand advocacy to parent groups, social service organizations, law students and lawyers. Hank’s current practice centers around representing school districts in matters before the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) and providing up-to-date guidance to those districts to help them navigate the complexities of special education law and regulations.
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