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17th South: Authentic Living in the Heart of Atlanta
In an article published on Dec. 28, 2017 in 17th South: Authentic Living in the Heart of Atlanta, Atlanta partner Nina Gupta discusses domestic violence and her experience on the board of the Partnership Against Domestic Violence.
“I’ve always been drawn to social justice and equality issues,” Gupta said. “To me, one of the central universal cleavages I see in virtually every place around the world is a real diminution of the value of women. Domestic violence is one of those ways; the idea that mental and physical abuse as a means of controlling women can be so effective and hidden just blows my mind.”
Gupta focuses her practice on education law, representing public and private educational entities, vendors, and professionals. She works directly with governing boards regarding effective policy development and compliance. She also focuses on disability and discrimination law and routinely counsels her clients in all aspects of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Title IX, and related statutes.
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