Toronto Academic Appeals and Education Lawyers regularly represent students at universities, colleges, private institutions, as well as high schools. Our academic appeals lawyers also represent Masters, Phd students, as well teachers, administrators and faculty in some instances.
Academic Misconduct and Appeals Lawyers, based in Toronto, Ontario represent students facing issues involving universities, colleges, and private as well as public schools. Daniel Walker and Maria S. Bobila deal with academic misconduct, discipline, academic dishonesty and various academic offences. We are education law lawyers for students and lawyers for university issues. We are here to protect student rights and ensure fairness whether it be in the internal process or the court system.
This is why your case is best handled by lawyers who have experience in education law, academic appeals and professional discipline. We fight for student rights and due process.
The firm is run out of Toronto, Ontario, but handles cases across Canada. In some instances, we have been asked to consult on international academic appeal cases. Where necessary, the firm works together with other local lawyers in other jurisdictions.
If you believe you have a case for an Academic Appeal, it is important that you get your advice early as there are a number of points that can be raised in an appeal submission that may not be immediately evident to you. Please contact Daniel Walker at 416-847-1859 or at email@example.com
For urgent matters, call our office and advise the staff that your case is of an urgent nature.
Some of our education law services provided by our academic appeal lawyers to students are below:
- Academic Appeals (grades)
- Academic Misconduct and Dishonesty Appeals
- Appeals against Panel Decisions or Committees
- Appeals against the Decision of Examination Boards
- Appeals on Thesis Proposals, and PhD Defences
- Appeals against University Tribunal Decisions
- Breach of Contract
- Complaints to the University or College Ombudsman
- Failure Retakes
- Mandatory Withdrawals
- Failed OSCE
- Panel & Committee Hearings
- PhD Appeals
- Plagiarism & Collusion
- Malpractice hearings, Fitness to Practise hearings and Misconduct hearings
- Misconduct in Research
- Mitigating Circumstances
- Extenuating Circumstances
- Procedural Irregularities
- Termination of Studies