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Temple University School of Law
University of Houston (B.A.)
Licensed in the State of Texas
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
Texas Association of School Boards Council of School Attorneys
National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys
Education Law Association
State Bar of Texas, School Law Section
Ken Braggs offers legal counsel and representation on general education matters, including
student rights, personnel issues, employee rights, student discipline, privacy issues, and compliance with administrative/state/federal laws. Ken also conducts independent investigations
when school officials receive reports of misconduct involving employees or students.
Ken has had the unique experience of working as an attorney in local government, state government, and the federal government. During his 12-year career with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR), Ken handled hundreds of complex investigations concerning discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. With his extensive legal experience, Ken is well-equipped to represent clients when OCR, the Texas Education Agency, EEOC, or other outside agencies come knocking on a school district’s door.
Since leaving the public sector in 2017, Ken has given practical legal guidance to district officials
who face difficult issues from day to day. Ken regularly provides in-service and workshop trainings on new and revised laws, court cases, district policies, and other compliance matters impacting students, staff, and schools. A product of Texas public schools and the son of a retired assistant superintendent, Ken is afrequent presenter and panelist at statewide and national education conferences.
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