Education remains society’s last great equalizer and we are passionate about ensuring that all children have equal access to education.
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Welcome To Our Law Offices | Langer Law, P.A. | Attorney Stephanie Langer
Stephanie Langer has been practicing law since 1998. She began her legal career in the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office as an Assistant State Attorney. She also worked at the Miami Dade County Public Defender’s Office; Southern Poverty Law Center and Disability Independence Group, Inc. Stephanie has been litigating education cases since 2006. In July of 2022, Stephanie reopened Langer Law, P.A. to focus her practice on education and guardianship for families with children with disabilities. Launching an Education Helpline has always been a goal of Stephanie’s. Every family should have access to high-quality advice when navigating the school system.
Stephanie is admitted to practice law in Florida, Georgia, New York, and New Jersey. She is also permitted to appear in the U.S. District Court in Florida’s Southern and Middle Districts. Stephanie attended college at Syracuse University in New York (’90) and law school at The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in Washington, D.C. (’98). Stephanie was also a U.S. Congressional Page for Congressman Claude Pepper in 1988 and was selected to work for Senator Bill Bradley’s PAC, Participation 2000 in 1994.
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Our attorneys are well-known statewide for their extensive backgrounds and knowledge in the field of education law. Our experience spans several administrations and provides us with a unique, inside understanding of how the Florida Department of Education and other government agencies operate and respond to civil rights matters involving educational institutions. These matters include:
- School discipline
- 504 Plans
- Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
- Sexual violence and harassment
- Gender equity issues
- Racial and national origin harassment
- Free speech
- Transgender students
- Services for students with disabilities
- Withdrawal and leave policies for students with disabilities
- Accessibility to on-campus and online facilities