David Wolowitz, JD is an Education Law Attorney with 40 years of extensive experience advising schools on the current and past standard of care for protection of students from harm by other students, educators, and third parties.
Mr. Wolowitz advises independent schools nationwide and internationally on all aspects of risk prevention and crisis response, with a focus on promoting healthy relationships through the management and oversight of a healthy school culture. He is a pioneer in applying behavioral risk management concepts, including training on healthy teacher – student boundaries and the establishment of standards of conduct, to promote safe school cultures. He specializes in k-12 but also provides representation to churches, camps, and other organizations that work with children and vulnerable populations.
Litigation Support: Mr. Wolowitz has significant civil and criminal trial experience in federal and state trial and appellate courts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. He was an invited guest faculty member of the Trial Advocacy Workshop at Harvard Law School for 29 years.
Mr. Wolowitz has been qualified as an expert witness and testified on the adequacy of independent school policies, procedures, investigations, remediation, and training relating to the protection of students in multiple environments. He has served as an expert witness in cases in New Jersey, South Carolina, District of Columbia, Florida, and New York.
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