Your School Law SolutionSchool Law
For nearly a quarter of century, Warrick & Boyn, LLP, has provided quality legal advice to school systems in northern Indiana. During that time, we have gained experience in areas of concern to every school, including board governance, personnel, student discipline and employee benefits. More than a decade ago, we pioneered the use of tax anticipation warrants and more recently have helped schools deal with legal challenges from students, parents and outside organizations.

Personnel and Labor Relations
Schools that we represent in labor negotiations share our philosophy that investment in a skilled negotiator, knowledgeable of employee, pension and benefits law, pays a tremendous savings dividend, today and tomorrow.

We also advise on the discipline and discharge of teachers and other employees. We assist schools in establishing and managing complex employee benefits programs. We help develop school employment policies and provide administrator training.

Employment issues can create tremendous legal liabilities if improperly handled. Consultation with experienced counsel first is a wise investment.

Student Relations
Students will be students ... and will be disciplined. Today, parents often sprint to the courthouse to contest expulsions, grade reductions or suspension from extracurricular activities. Our experience in drafting student policies and handbooks, combined with successful defense of contested disciplinary actions, allows us to provide strong representation in resolving difficult issues.

Additionally, legal issues abound in areas like guardianships, transfers, graduation ceremonies, club and team memberships, and family custody disputes. We provide quick and effective response to often complex problems.

For more information about school law, contact our attorney Timothy S. Shelly or e-mail him at


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Elkhart, Ind. 46516-3278
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