Buckley King offers clients an unparalleled team of attorneys with sophisticated and comprehensive experience working with public-sector entities, including educational institutions. Our effectiveness in public-sector matters is the result of having attorneys with experience and backgrounds serving in state government and legislature, as city mayors, law directors and judges, and as legal counsel for governmental entities as well as national and state election campaigns. We represent states Attorneys General, counties, municipalities, villages, townships and their officers, agencies and commissions.
Buckley King has represented the interests of public and private schools, primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, school districts, charter schools, school boards, faculty, employees, provosts, trustees, management companies and sponsors, providing timely, value-drive solutions in conventional to complex matters. We are accustomed to reviewing, using and working within the parameters of the state and federal structures and the multiple agreements and relationships by and among the academia, the community and all entities doing business with an institution.
Ted is very meticulous, careful and detail-oriented.
Mr. Anthony is an outstanding attorney and an example of the top and professional other should appear to in practice.Read more
Mr. Anthony is an outstanding attorney and an example of the top and professional other should appear to in practice.
Appears very knowledgeable, communicates and applies the knowledge ineffectively. Very disorganized Attorney. Not a proactive, deep scope litigator,...Read more
Appears very knowledgeable, communicates and applies the knowledge ineffectively. Very disorganized Attorney. Not a proactive, deep scope litigator, emotional reactions hinder effectiveness. I would never recommend this Attorney to another person.Read less
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