Firm: BotkinRose PLC
Location: Harrisonburg - VA
3190 Peoples Drive
- Tel : (540) 437-0019
- Fax : (540) 437-0022
- Email : email@example.com
The diversity of her practice, including her prior service as a trusted, court-appointed Guardian ad litem in representing the interests of children, enables her to provide wide-ranging legal counsel to educational institutions. She works closely as co-chair of the Virginia Education Law Group℠ with Douglas Guynn in handling regulatory matters, special education law matters and in defending school boards and their senior management teams in claims involving alleged sexual misconduct and boundary violations by teachers or other employees in their relationship with students, building on Mr. Guynn’s work for various school boards and the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA Presentation: Protecting Against Sexual Misconduct).
Lindsay C. Brubaker works closely day-to-day, as needed, in service to education law clients, providing counsel on regulatory matters, student matters, employment matters, and in defending school boards and their senior management teams in claims involving alleged sexual misconduct and boundary violations by teachers or other employees in their relationship with students. Lindsay’s experience includes advising school boards and division-level and school-level leaders in navigating the complex issues and responsibilities that arise under Title IX, as enforced by the OCR. She recently led the successful ground-breaking litigation by a school board to vindicate its rights.
- Virginia State Bar
- Virginia Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Harrisonburg-Rockingham Bar Association
- Virginia School Boards Association, Member
- National School Boards Association, Member
- Association of Young Professionals
- Virginia Association of Trial Attorneys
The Virginia Education Law Group℠, part of the BotkinRose law firm, serves school boards and colleges and universities and other schools. It provides legal support to all aspects of the “business” of education in today’s highly complex world. In addition to advising education boards and leaders, the firm’s lawyers collaborate with others who are an integral strategic and tactical part of leadership and support.
With experienced lawyers who do special bond, tax, and employee benefits work, The Virginia Education Law Group℠ provides a full spectrum of legal services, saving education leaders from having to juggle among different law firms. The result is greater effectiveness and efficiency.
With experience in handling legal issues in employment (EEOC, FLSA, VEC, etc.), special education, procurement, contracts, construction, environmental, constitutional, and other areas that are common points of reference for any school board, The Virginia Education Law Group℠ brings its collective experience of more than 50 years to engagement that respects the unique nature of the relationship. Clients appreciate the problem-solving orientation of such a group.