The Title IX and Student Misconduct Defense firm, Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC is proud to announce its new office location in Cambridge, MA. The Cambridge office will help better serve clients in Massachusetts needing experienced attorney Title IX advisors for Title IX accusations. The firm’s new address is One Mifflin Place, Suite 400, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138.
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“Our new location in Cambridge is to help address the growing need for results-driven representation to students, faculty, and staff members accused of Title IX and Clery Act violations, including allegations of student on student sexual harassment, sexual assault and dating/domestic violence, in the state of Massachusetts. Our firm has experienced considerable growth and success in the Title IX area.” said the firm’s founding member and attorney Patrick J. Saccocio, Esq. “The lawyers in our firm are committed to protecting the rights of the students, faculty, and staff who are facing serious and potentially life-changing accusations. We demand that any system that investigates and adjudicates persons accused of campus misconduct does so in a fair and unbiased manner and provides the individual with the all the rights provided under state and federal law, as well as university policy. We look forward to serving the students, faculty, and staff of all Massachusetts colleges and universities.”
Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC invites anyone in need of Title IX advisor services to contact them at (737) 214 - 0114 or visit their website at www.pandslawtitleix.com to schedule a free consultation.
In addition to Title IX, Patrick Saccocio is a trial attorney who is experienced in representing those charged criminally with alleged acts of dating/domestic violence, those charged with violating federal and state anti-discrimination laws (Title VII and state equivalent) and is experienced in both state and federal court practice. Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC does not condone any form of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating or domestic violence.
Contact: Patrick Saccocio, (737) 214 - 0114 or online for Title IX and Student Misconduct inquiries.