Walsh Gallegos attorneys know school law. That is what we do; every attorney, every day.
St. Mary’s University of Law (2014)
Texas A&M University (2010)
Bachelor of Arts in Political
Licensed in the State of Texas
United States District Court for the
Western District of Texas
Texas Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas School Law, and
Labor and Employment Sections
National School Attorneys Association
Jameson Baker comes from a family of excellent educators, which provided him a personal understanding of the issues faced by school districts.
In his legal practice, Jameson focuses on representing school Districts all over the state of Texas with an emphasis on employment, open government, student law, general school law, and litigation. He advises superintendents and other school administrators on the handling of personnel matters from assistance with appropriate documentation to possible employment action, and more. Jameson frequently attends board meetings to advise Districts on a variety of legal matters. He also works directly with Board’s to conduct superintendent searches.
Jameson is a frequent speaker at regional and state-wide school law conferences and routinely provides in-services at school Districts in the areas of investigations, documentation, and grievances.
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