Student Advocate

A significant part of our practice is devoted to representing children and young adults facing problems at school and college. We represent students at all levels - from pre-school up to and including graduate school. If your child has been treated unfairly, call an experienced student advocate at The Moore Law Firm today. Don't let difficulties at school continue for your child.

Attorney Jared T. Moore is well versed in all aspects of student advocacy. As a former attorney representing teachers and county boards of education, Jared brings unique experience to representing students and their families. For college students, Jared is well-known in Morgantown and regularly appears in the Monongalia County Magistrate Court, the City of Morgantown Municipal Court, and before the WVU Office of Student Conduct.

Children and young adults face many difficulties and challenges at school. Regardless of the situation, our attorneys will discuss the troubles your child is facing and assist you and your family in correcting them. The Moore Law Firm has extensive experience is representing students at all stages of their education. From a second grader being bullied, to a senior denied an accommodation for her disability, even a graduate student charged with a DUI, our attorneys are here to help.

Some of the specific areas of our student advocacy practice include:

College Student - College students face a host of temptations and will often get in trouble while away from home. Parents - rest easy, The Moore Law Firm is here to put your worries to rest. As a familiar face in Morgantown, attorney Jared T. Moore will work hard to make sure a mistake your child makes in college does not harm their future.

Bullying/Harassment - No child should be bullied at school. Regardless of the form, the attorneys at The Moore Law Firm have zero tolerance for bullying. Over the years, we have successfully helped several children who have been the victim of bullying.

Personal Injury - Children and young adults who are injured at school have the same rights to seek compensation for their injuries. Our attorneys will rigorously fight to make sure your child is fully compensated for his or her injuries.

Discrimination/Accommodations - Students with special needs, a 504 Plan, or an IEP need and deserve accommodations at school and should not be discriminated against based upon their needs. West Virginia and Federal law provide specific guidelines for educating students with disabilities.

Contact a Student Advocate

To contact an experienced student advocate, please complete our online intake form or call 304-358-0318.

Appointments are scheduled at your convenience.

Off-site meetings are available upon request.