Pullman & Comley’s “Education Law Notes” Named One of The Top 30 Education Law Blogs

BRIDGEPORT, Conn.,: “Education Law Notes,” the Connecticut School Law blog published by Pullman & Comley, has been named one of the “Top 30 Education Law Blogs” in a comprehensive list published by Feedspot, the law firm announced today.

Feedspot, a content reader that allows readers to view all of their favorite blogs and websites in one place, ranks the blogs based on Google reputation and Google search ranking; influence and popularity on Facebook; twitter and other social media sites; quality and consistency of posts; and review by Feedspot’s editorial team.

"Education Law Notes," authored by the attorneys in the School Law practice at Pullman & Comley LLC, covers legal matters that pertain to public school districts, private schools, colleges and universities ranging from issues in academics, labor and employment and gender equality to disability rights, social media, bullying and administrative policies and procedures.

“Today’s school boards, administrators and educational institutions must keep pace with a broad and rapidly changing array of legal issues,” said Mark Sommaruga, chair of the School Law practice. “We launched Education Law Notes in 2013, thanks in large part to Attorney Mike McKeon, because we saw a real need to help people understand the practical implications of the law, and it has been exciting to see our audience grow.”

Pullman & Comley’s School Law practice works with public school districts to find practical, innovative and cost effective solutions to the array of legal issues they face. Our attorneys have won groundbreaking cases in both state and federal courts and have established legal precedents that are repeatedly cited by courts and scholarly works on education law. For more information on Pullman & Comley’s School Law practice, please click here.

About Pullman & Comley:

Pullman & Comley will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2019 and is one of Connecticut’s largest firms, providing a wide range of legal services to clients in the New England region, as well as throughout the United States and internationally.  Pullman & Comley’s major practice areas include business organizations and finance; environmental, energy and telecommunications; government finance; health care; labor, employment law and employee benefits; litigation; property valuation; real estate and lands use; regulatory, and trusts and estates.  The firm has offices in Bridgeport, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury, Westport, Connecticut and White Plains, New York.  The firm is an active member of the Law Firm Alliance, an international affiliation of law firms.  For more information, please visit www.pullcom.com.

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