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Last Updated: 10/31/2017
 

About Attorney John Brower    [back to Ask the Attorney]

John F. Brower is an attorney with the Law Office of John F Brower in Brighton, Michigan.  Mr. Brower is also the managing partner of the Education Law Center, PLLC, an organization that provides training and consultation services on school law issues.  He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan, the American Bar Association, the Council of Parents Attorneys, and Advocates (COPAA) and is admitted to practice before both Michigan and the federal courts.  His practice focuses on representing parents and students in matters involving education law including student rights; discipline and special education matters; IDEA due process and school board hearings; parent-administrator meetings; mediation; and litigation relating to education law in both state and federal court.  He has been involved in creating school policies and student discipline as an elected member of the Brighton Area Schools Board of Education.  He received a B.S. degree, magna cum laude, from Eastern Michigan University and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from The Thomas Cooley Law School in Lansing, where he is also an adjunct professor of Education Law instructing future attorneys and post-graduate level school administrators on education law.

 

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