Murray & Murray’s Florence Murray Lectures on Civil Rights Claims for School Bullying

November 11, 2016

Last week Florence Murray, a partner at the Murray & Murray law firm, delivered a lecture to the attorney membership of the Ohio Assoc. for Justice at their annual Winter Convention, held this year in Cleveland, Ohio, on the topic of school bullying and legal solutions to protect victims’ rights.  Murray, who traces her interest in protecting the civil rights of students back to her prior career as a schoolteacher in several school districts include Edison, Rocky River and Baltimore, Maryland, has focused on claims of injured children throughout her legal career.  By pursuing claims under the federal Civil Rights Act and similar laws, victims of school bullying can take action when school administrators turn a blind eye towards or fail to act on known bullying incidents.  The goal is to promote a safe learning environment for all students.

Murray, who has both a master’s degree in education as well as a juris doctor degree, brings a wealth of experience to her lecture.  In addition to her work on student civil rights claims throughout Ohio, Ms. Murray is a member of the civil rights section of the national trial lawyers association, the Education Law Association, and the Public Justice Foundation.  Through these memberships, Murray interacts with leaders and experts in the field, while also adding her passion and expertise to the shared community.  The result is a shared resource for victims in other communities, and a nationwide network that Murray can tap into to assist her clients here in Ohio.

 The title of Murray’s lecture is “Civil Rights and Tort Claims in School Bullying Cases.”  

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