Education Rights Counsel

Legal Services & Solutions for Students & Families

Our Mission

Our Programs

Individual Advocacy & Representation

individual representation

Education Rights Counsel provides advocacy and legal representation in limited engagements for low-income public school families needing help with special education, due process, and student discipline.

Research & Support

research and advocacy

Education Rights Counsel obtains data, and informs the public, elected officials, and other community organizations about the legal access-to-justice gap suffered by Nebraska public school students, and the impact this gap has on all our communities.

Education for Families

education for families

Education Rights Counsel provides interactive programming to teach special education, due process and student discipline rights in schools, and provides community education to collaborators to effectively advocate for children and families in the legal and educational context.

Community Collaboration

community collaboration

Education Rights Counsel works with higher education, existing social services, public schools and the judiciary to create and connect families to appropriate supports for special education and legal due process needs.

Consulting Services

consulting services

Education Rights Counsel offers legal support services and education to public & private entities, and non-counsel advocates who are representing or working with low-income families involved in special education, due process and student discipline procedures in Nebraska's public schools.

In the News

Education Rights Counsel is honored to be "In the Spotlight"!


Voices for Children has selected Education Rights Counsel to be honored at the 2019 Spotlight Gala, shining the spotlight on those in our community who have made an exceptional impact on the lives of Nebraska's children and who have helped support Voices for Children's advocacy efforts.  


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Education Rights Counsel

(402) 263-6200