Education law involves a diverse range of issues from representing children with poor access to education to special education law to education reform. Lawyers in education law can work for local school districts where they deal with issues such as school governance, student records, collective bargaining and student discipline. Many lawyers who work in nonprofits and advocacy groups either represent children and families or focus on broader policy issues relating to educational reform via legislative and advocacy work.
- American Bar Center on Children and the Law provides a sampling of legal issues related to children and education.
- HG.org: Education: provides a basic overview of the practice area as well as useful links to educational resources and selected employers.
- Harvard Education Law Guide: describes different practice areas within education law, sample employers broken down by regions within the U.S., and narratives of alumni and their career paths.
- National School Boards Association: information on a range of school law issues. See especially the School Law Careers page.
- Public Education Network is a national association of individuals working to advance public school reform in nationwide low-income communities.