K-12

Higher Education

Student Loans

ABOUT JONATHAN VOGEL

Federal Government Service

Jonathan served at the U.S. Department of Education as the Deputy General Counsel for Higher Education and Regulatory Services and at the U.S. Department of Justice as Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division.

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Private Sector Experience

Following his federal government service, Jonathan was a partner at two leading, international law firms. He represented colleges, universities, financial institutions, and other corporate clients with legal compliance and government investigation matters relating primarily to student loans and mortgages. >>Read

 
K-12

We represent families, teachers, and administrators against public school districts with IEPs and Section 504 Plans, student and faculty disciplinary matters, professional licensing investigations, home schooling issues, and civil rights violations. We also represent charter schools and independent schools.

Student Loans

We represent lenders, servicers, guaranty agencies, collection agencies, and financial literacy providers with regulatory compliance, investigations, litigation, government relations, and corporate transactions, as well as with issues related to income share agreements and other student financing alternatives.

Higher Education

We represent colleges, higher education service organizations, online program managers, and financial institutions with regulatory compliance, investigations, litigation, government relations, and corporate transactions. We also represent students, professors, and administrators with Title IX and other student and faculty disciplinary matters.

 

Jonathan Vogel Discusses the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Controversial Student Survey on Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation

On February 24, 2020, Jonathan Vogel appeared on Fox 46 Charlotte’s “Good Day Charlotte” morning news program. Vogel asserted that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools should have provided notice to parents/guardians of the controversial student survey on gender identity and sexual orientation with an opportunity to opt out of the survey.