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Constitutionality of a Mandatory School Uniform Policy

We represented Phoenix Elementary School District in its successful effort at the trial and appellate court levels to maintain a mandatory school uniform policy in one of its middle schools. Following months of dispute and a trial adverse to the Arizona Civil Liberties Union and its counsel and student clients, the trial court ruled that the dress code was constitutional and upheld the school’s right to involuntarily transfer students who refused to wear the uniform. The ruling was the first of its kind in the nation and was upheld on appeal to the Arizona Supreme Court.
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