Walsh Gallegos attorneys know school law. That is what we do; every attorney, every day.
Texas Tech School of Law
Columbia University in New York (B.A.)
Licensed in the State of Texas
United States District Courts for the
Northern, Southern, Eastern and
Western Districts of Texas
Texas Association of School Boards
Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas
Federal Bar Association
Bar Association of the Fifth Federal
“Use of Physical Force: Where Are We
Now and What Does the Future
Hold?” Texas Legal Digest, Nov./Dec.
“Sticks and Stones: Off-Campus Speech
Cases and What They Mean for
School Officials.” Texas Legal Digest,
“Maintaining Law and Order: The Law
Governing Personnel Decisions in
School District Police Departments.”
Texas Legal Digest, Oct. 2010
Laura Rodriguez McLean has devoted the majority of her years in legal practice to supporting school officials. She feels privileged to serve those responsible for educating our kids.
Laura assists administrators and officials in general school law matters such as personnel and student issues on a daily basis. An experienced litigator and appellate attorney, she also represents public entities in state and federal courts throughout Texas.
Laura believes preventative law is an essential strategy for school districts. Her practice includes practical, hands-on training for educators and officials on a variety of general education topics.
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