For better and worse, life is full of institutions: the company you work for, the school you or your children attend and, of course, the government. Most of the time, these institutions are helpful and beneficial. But if you ever find yourself in conflict with one, it is easy to feel small and powerless.
Perhaps you suffered discrimination or sexual harassment at work. Maybe your child's school district is threatening long-term suspension or expulsion. You may even be facing serious criminal charges and don't know if you'll be treated fairly in the criminal justice system.
Whatever the challenge may be, you don't have to fight alone.
Why We Do What We Do
At Housh Law Offices, PLLC, we don't like bullies and we don't think that individuals should be powerless against large institutions. Our legal practice reflects those beliefs. As a firm, we never represent employers, school districts or universities. And our criminal defense practice is prepared to defend individuals against one of the biggest institutions in the world: the U.S. government.
We also care about investing in our communities and local government. Our firm's founding attorney, Frank Housh, regularly consults with elected officials on matters of public policy, teaches courses on election law and serves in administrative positions within Western New York's arts community.