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The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) welcomes questions and case submissions from students and faculty members concerned about potential violations of their rights. When our involvement is warranted, we actively defend student and faculty rights. Our approach may involve some combination of private or public advocacy, such as writing letters to the institution, issuing press releases, sharing your story with media outlets, or, in some cases, connecting you with legal counsel.
Read more about how we fight for student and faculty rights in our Frequently Asked Questions. For more information about FIRE’s work and how we help students, read our mission statement and visit our case archives.
Please do not call FIRE regarding the status of your submission. While FIRE makes every effort to respond to each individual submission in a timely manner, our staff devoted to reviewing submissions is small and FIRE receives approximately one thousand submissions per year. We aim to respond to each submission within a few business days.
Please note that while many FIRE staff members are attorneys, FIRE cannot provide legal advice or representation. Corresponding with FIRE does not establish an attorney-client relationship.