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

Represent families on Individualized Education Programs and special education, bullying and harassing behavior, civil rights violations, and other issues. Represent technology and finance organizations on education reform issues.

Student Loans

Represent borrowers in connection with loan repayment options and loan discharge opportunities, as well as with the management of defaulted loans and debt collection.

Higher Education

Represent colleges and higher education service organizations with regulatory compliance and government inquiries. Represent students accused of college code of conduct violations and with financial aid issues.

 

Jonathan Vogel Discusses the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education’s Refusal to Explain the Forced Resignation of Former Superintendent Wilcox

On July 25, 2019, Jonathan Vogel appeared on Fox 46 Charlotte’s “Good Day Charlotte” morning news program. Vogel asserted on Fox 46 Charlotte that the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board has the legal authority, and should direct acting superintendent Earnest Winston, to release the reasons for the resignation of CMS superintendent Dr. Clayton Wilcox.