BRYAN GEORGIADY earned his B.A. degree from the University of Chicago in 2001. He later attended the Syracuse University College of Law, receiving a J.D. degree in 2009 and was admitted to practice law in New York in 2010. Mr. Georgiady was an executive board member of the Syracuse Law Review, where his law review note was published and was later cited in a decision of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. He was also a member of the Moot Court Honor Society and was highly active on competitive moot court teams. Prior to joining Frazer & Feldman, Mr. Georgiady accrued over a decade of experience representing school districts and other municipal entities. He has negotiated collective bargaining agreements on behalf of school districts for a variety of units. He has also briefed the New York Court of Appeals on multiple occasions, including a successful motion for leave to appeal, and has twice authored memoranda to the United States Supreme Court. Additionally, Mr. Georgiady has extensive general counsel and labor and employment law experience, also focusing on school district clients. He has counseled school districts on human resources issues, conducted outside investigations into student and employee misconduct, led labor negotiations with employee unions, and prosecuted student and employee disciplinary hearings.


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  • December 9, 2021
    On-Line Seminar
    9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    New York Special Education Law

    Jack Feldman will be presenting a seminar on Special Education Law in New York. The seminar will address the increasing number of students qualifying for special education services. Professionals working with special needs children know that an understanding of special education law is crucial. You need to know the law in order to deal with complex questions that arise on a regular basis. Who pays when a special needs child is placed in private schooling at the parents' election? How can a school create the least restrictive environment and promote inclusion to the best interests of all students? It can be costly if you don't know. For additional information, please visit


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