Providing Exceptional Quality and Personalized Legal Representation — Thompson & Horton LLP is a full-service law firm dedicated to providing the highest quality, personalized legal representation to schools, institutions of higher education, local governments, and private businesses with public law, public policy, and employment law interests.  The firm provides clients, large and small, with a broad range of services including counseling and problem prevention, litigation defense, state and federal appeals, business and real estate transactions, and legislative services.  We offer large-firm legal experience and quality while providing the responsiveness and cost-effectiveness of a smaller firm.

T&H is a certified minority-owned and women-owned business — one of the largest in the state providing legal services to governmental and educational entities.  Our diversity reflects our commitment to our community and provides a foundation of experience and perspective that enhances the delivery of quality legal services to our diverse client base.


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AASA National Conference on Education
Partners, Chris Borreca and Janet Horton, will present: A New FAPE? Fact or Fiction? The Interpretation of Endrew F. by Courts Across the U.S., in Nashville, TN on February 15.

TCASE Great Ideas Conference
Merri Schneider-Vogel and Edward Clouser (Autism & Behavioral Technologies) will present: Challenging Behavior of Students with Disabilities: Legal Guidance and Practical Solutions, in Austin on February 20.

UT School Law Conference
Merri Schneider-Vogel
and Ellen Spalding (Rogers, Morris & Grover, LLP), will present: In Case of Emergency: A Legal Toolkit for Disaster Preparedness, in Austin on February 22.

Dianna Bowen will present: Top 10 Hits of Legal Issues in Special Education in 2017, in Austin on February 23.

LRP National Institute
Dianna Bowen will present: The Special Educator’s Role When Dealing With Police, Child Protective Services, and Divorced Parents, on April 24 and 25.

Ms. Bowen will also present, Are You Phoning It In? The Ethical Perils of Practicing Law from Your Phone, on April 25.

David Hodgins will present: Discipline of Students with Disabilities: The Key Rules and Regulations from Removals to MDR’s, on April 23 and 25.

Mr. Hodgins will also present, “Wait, Stop the Bus!”: Transportation Issues under the IDEA and Implementing Regulations, on April 24 and 25.