Portland, ME        207.772.1941
Portsmouth, NH        603.433.3317
Manchester, NH        603.716.2895
800.727.1941



ALLEN L. KROPP

Attorney PDF 



207.771.9245 Phone
207.772.3627 Fax

Email

84 Marginal Way, Suite 600
Portland, ME 04101-2480


Assistant: Paula Foley




PRACTICE AREAS

Employment & Labor
Higher Education
School & Education
Disability Law Special Education

EDUCATION

George Washington University, J.D., 1993

Bates College, B.S., 1987

Oxford University, Exeter College, 1986


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Maine
Massachusetts

COMMUNITY/PUBLIC SERVICE

Cumberland Soccer Club

Jewish Community Alliance
  Former Board Member




PRACTICE AREAS

Employment & Labor
Higher Education
School & Education
Disability Law Special Education

EDUCATION

George Washington University, J.D., 1993

Bates College, B.S., 1987

Oxford University, Exeter College, 1986


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Maine
Massachusetts

COMMUNITY/PUBLIC SERVICE

Jewish Community Alliance
  Former Board Member


Cumberland Soccer Club



Allen Kropp is a member of the School & Education, and Higher Education Practice Groups. He specializes in civil rights, special education, and disability law, and works extensively with schools, colleges, and universities on a wide range of disability issues under Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, gender discrimination issues under Title IX, and race/color/national origin matters under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.

Allen served in several roles within the United States Department of Education (DOE), including Deputy Chief Attorney and Interim Director of the Office for Civil Rights Regional Office in Boston, and has extensive expertise in civil rights compliance, program administration, and educating schools, colleges, students, parents, and other stakeholders on civil rights matters. Previously, Allen was a senior policy advisor and Regional Commissioner for the Rehabilitation Services Administration, DOE’s chief official responsible for federal monitoring and oversight of State Vocational Rehabilitation agencies and adult disability programs across New England. He has been regularly sought out for speaking engagements and trainings at national, state, and local disability forums and conferences.

Allen works with public and independent school districts, colleges and universities nationwide on a host of disability, special education, sex and race discrimination issues  through: policy development and assessment; audits of civil rights compliance; trainings; mediations; school and university-based investigations.



Allen Kropp is a member of the School & Education, and Higher Education Practice Groups. He specializes in civil rights, special education, and disability law, and works extensively with schools, colleges, and universities on a wide range of disability issues under Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, gender discrimination issues under Title IX, and race/color/national origin matters under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.

Allen served in several roles within the United States Department of Education (DOE), including Deputy Chief Attorney and Interim Director of the Office for Civil Rights Regional Office in Boston, and has extensive expertise in civil rights compliance, program administration, and educating schools, colleges, students, parents, and other stakeholders on civil rights matters. Previously, Allen was a senior policy advisor and Regional Commissioner for the Rehabilitation Services Administration, DOE’s chief official responsible for federal monitoring and oversight of State Vocational Rehabilitation agencies and adult disability programs across New England. He has been regularly sought out for speaking engagements and trainings at national, state, and local disability forums and conferences.

Allen works with public and independent school districts, colleges and universities nationwide on a host of disability, special education, sex and race discrimination issues  through: policy development and assessment; audits of civil rights compliance; trainings; mediations; school and university-based investigations.



NEWS

Title IX Alert
September 26, 2017

ARTICLES

DOJ's New ADA Regulations and Their Impact on Schools
Fall 2016

PRESENTATIONS

Affirmative Action and Beyond: What School Administrators Need to Know to Investigate and Address Complaints of Discrimination, Harassment, and Bullying
September 21, 2017


I'm Ready if OCR Comes Knocking. . . And Even if they Don't!
May 30 - June 2, 2017


Sexual Harassment in Schools: Legal Overview and Best Practices
March 27, 2017


504 & Your School: Everything You Need to Know! - Session 3: Service Animals,
November 16, 2016






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