What should a student athlete in New Hampshire do when facing a disciplinary violation or administrative issue at their college or university or with the NCAA? VIDEO

Student athletes in New Hampshire are uniquely situated at their college, university, or high school. Student athletes put their blood, sweat, and tears into their sport and academics and that is why it is troubling when they do not receive due process or do not have independent support when charged with a disciplinary violation, such as academic misconduct or Title IX sexual misconduct, or are facing an administrative issue at their school or before a conference, or sports governing body.

Coaches, athletic directors, and NCAA administrators, for example, often do what's in the programs or their best interests and not what is in the student athletes' best interests. Student athletes must have an experienced attorney advocate guide them when a disciplinary or compliance issue arises and the student-athlete faces an investigation or administrative proceedings before their New Hampshire school or before a sports governing body.

Issues unique to student athletes can include sports-related dismissals and suspensions, inappropriate or abusive behavior by coaches eligibility, hardship and scholarship issues, transfer disputes, and NCAA Administrative Appeals and issues related to injuries, concussions, and sports litigation. You must take the necessary precautions before discussing any issues or concerns with the school or administrators. You must understand your rights and responsibilities. An experienced attorney advisor will level the playing field and they should be in your corner from as early as possible in the process.

New Hampshire colleges and universities where Joseph D. Lento can help as your or your student athlete's advisor during investigations, hearings, and appeals include, but are not limited to, the following schools:

  • Chester College of New England
  • Colby Sawyer College
  • Daniel Webster College
  • Dartmouth College
  • Franklin Pierce University
  • Granite State College
  • Great Bay Community College
  • Hesser College
  • Keene State College
  • Lakes Region Community College
  • Lebanon College
  • Manchester Community College
  • Nashua Community College
  • New England College
  • New Hampshire Institute of Art
  • NHTI Concord's Community College
  • Northeast Catholic College
  • Plymouth State University
  • River Valley Community College
  • Rivier College
  • Saint Anselm College
  • Southern New Hampshire University
  • St. Joseph School of Nursing
  • Thomas More College of Liberal Arts
  • University of New Hampshire at Manchester
  • University of New Hampshire Main Campus
  • White Mountains Community College

New Hampshire high schools where Joseph D. Lento can help as your student athlete's advisor during investigations, hearings and appeals include, but are not limited to, the following school districts:

A

  • Allenstown School District
  • Alton School District
  • Amherst School District
  • Andover School District
  • Ashland School District

B

  • Barnstead School District
  • Barrington School District
  • Bartlett School District
  • Bath School District
  • Bedford School District
  • Berlin School District
  • Bethehem School District
  • Bow School District
  • Brentwood School District
  • Brookline School District

C

  • Campton School District
  • Candia School District
  • Chester School District
  • Chesterfield School District
  • Chichester School District
  • Claremont School District
  • Cocherco Arts and Technology Charter Academy
  • Coe Brown Academy School District
  • Colebrook School District
  • Concord School District
  • Contoocook Valley School District
  • Conway School District
  • Coos County School District
  • Cornish School District
  • Croydon School District

D

  • Deerfield School District
  • Derry School District
  • Dover School District
  • Dresden School District
  • Dunbarton School District

E

  • East Kingston School District
  • Epping School District
  • Epsom School District
  • Errol School District
  • Exeter Region Cooperative School District
  • Exeter School District

F

  • Fall Mountain Regional School District
  • Farmington School District
  • Franklin School District
  • Freedom School District
  • Fremont School District

G

  • Gilford School District
  • Gilmaton School District
  • Goffstown School District
  • Gorham School District
  • Goshen-Lempster Cooperative School District
  • Governor Wentworth Regional School District
  • Grantham School District
  • Greenland School District

H

  • Hampstead School District
  • Hampton School District
  • Hanover School District
  • Harrisville School District
  • Haverhill Cooperative School District
  • Henniker School District
  • Hill School District
  • Hillsboro Deering Cooperative School District
  • Hinsdale School District
  • Holderness School District
  • Hollis School District
  • Hollis Brookline Cooperative School District
  • Hooksett School District
  • Hopkinton School District
  • Hudson School District

I

  • Inter-Lakes School District

J

  • Jackson School District
  • Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District
  • John Stark Regional School District

K

  • Kearsarge Regional School District
  • Keene School District
  • Kensington School District

L

  • Laconia School District
  • Lafayette Regional School District
  • Landaff School District
  • Laurent Clerc School District
  • Lebanon School District
  • Lincoln-Woodstock School District
  • Lisbon Regional School District
  • Litchfield School District
  • Littleton School District
  • Londonderry School District
  • Lyme School District
  • Lyndeborough School District

M

  • Madison School District
  • Manchester School District
  • Marlborough School District
  • Marlow School District
  • Mascenic Regional School District
  • Mascoma Valley Regional School District
  • Merrimack School District
  • Merrimack Valley School District
  • Milan School District
  • Milford School District
  • Milton School District
  • Monadnock Regional School District
  • Monroe School District
  • Mont Vernon School District
  • Moultonborough School District

N

  • Nashua School District
  • Nelson School District
  • New Boston School District
  • New Castle School District
  • Newfields School District
  • Newfound Area School District
  • Newington School District
  • Newmarket School District
  • Newport School District
  • North Hampton School District
  • Northumberland School District
  • Northwood School District
  • Notthingham School District

O

  • Oyster River Cooperative School District

P

  • Pelham School District
  • Pembroke School District
  • Pemi-Baker School District
  • Piermont School District
  • Pinkerton Academy School District
  • Pittsburg School District
  • Pittsfield School District
  • Plainfield School District
  • Plymouth School District
  • Portsmouth School District
  • Profile School District
  • Prospect Mountain School District

R

  • Raymond School District
  • Rivendell Interstate School District
  • Rochester School District
  • Rollinsford School District
  • Rumney School District
  • Rye School District

S

  • Salem School District
  • Sanborn Regional School District
  • Seabrook School District
  • Seacost Charter School District
  • Shaker Regional School District
  • Somersworth School District
  • Souhegan Cooperative School District
  • South Hampton School District
  • Stark School District
  • Stewartstown School District
  • Stoddard School District
  • Strafford School District
  • Stratford School District
  • Stratham School District
  • Sunapee School District

T

  • Tamworth School District
  • Thornton School District
  • Timberlane School District

U

  • Unity School District

W

  • Wakefield School District
  • Warren School District
  • Washington School District
  • Waterville Valley School District
  • Weare School District
  • Wentworth School District
  • Westmoreland School District
  • White Mountain Regional School District
  • Wilton School District
  • Wilton-Lyndeboro School District
  • Winchester School District
  • Windham School District
  • Winnacunnet Cooperative School District
  • Winnisquam Regional School District

Student athletes at New Hampshire schools have more to lose when facing disciplinary or administrative proceedings at their school or with a sport governing body such as the NCAA.   Student athletes' academics, eligibility to play, scholarships, and future professional sports opportunities can all be negatively affected by a school's or the NCAA's actions.  That is why it is critical to address any school or sport-related issue or concern affecting student athletes as best as possible and Joseph D. Lento and the Lento Law Firm have unparalleled experience passionately fighting for the future of their student athlete clients at colleges, universities, and high schools in New Hampshire and throughout the nation.

Attorney Joseph D. Lento does not settle for a participation trophy - He fights to win.  He also prioritizes the needs and well-being of the student athletes he represents, with an eye towards the unique circumstances of student athletes which must be carefully considered in addressing and resolving school and administrative body issues and concerns.

Joseph D. Lento is a licensed attorney in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, is admitted as an attorney pro hac vice in state and federal court if needed when representing clients nationwide, and serves as an advisor for student athletes facing disciplinary and administrative cases in New Hampshire and throughout the nation.  Make certain your or your student athlete's rights and interests are protected – Contact National Student Athlete Attorney Joseph D. Lento today at 888-535-3686 for help.

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