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Collins & Blaha, P.C. successfully defended Ann Arbor Public Schools (“AAPS”) in a suit filed by Michigan Gun Owners, Inc. challenging board policies banning weapons on school grounds which were enacted under the Revised School Code to protect the safety and welfare of students and to minimize disruption to the educational environment. (click here for additional information)


Collins & Blaha, P.C. is one of a few full service law firms in Southeastern Michigan practicing primarily in education law and representing public school districts, public school academies, intermediate school districts and community colleges. The firm's talented attorneys have represented educational institutions for decades in every facet of education law. Our attorneys understand the day-to-day operation of a school system and take pride in the professional relationships we maintain with school administrators and Boards of Education. In tackling difficult challenges that face educational institutions, we believe communication is the key and strive to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.



Since 1981, when Collins & Blaha, P.C. was founded, our attorneys have represented educational institutions in the ever changing area of educational law. We currently represent some of the largest school districts in the state, and some of the smallest. Whatever the size, the issue, or the challenge, our clients are confident that Collins & Blaha, P.C. will represent their interests competently and with the hands-on approach that a specialized firm can provide.

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