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William C. Reil - Philadelphia, PA

1515 Market Street, Suite 1200Philadelphia, PA 19102

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Updated: 04/07/2017

Philadelphia Education Law Lawyer

Overview

Bill Reil is a trial lawyer who has litigated numerous educational matters, criminal and civil cases, and administrative hearings. Bill has appeared in court in matters involving homicide, civil death cases, federal lawsuits, bullying, and litigation against educational institutions, and a variety of other cases. He continues to enjoy the challenges of representing clients in these areas and advocating for them in court. Bill’s law practice involves representing people who want to use...

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