Are You Up to Date on Recent Changes in School Law?
Staying informed of the latest trends regarding school law is a necessity. This timely program digs into the biggest school law changes and litigation risks that you need to know. From practical guidance for handling off-campus speech to new developments concerning Title IX, get the insights needed to pull you through the rest of 2021 and into 2022. Register today!
Stay informed of the latest case law and trends.
Discover the do's and don'ts of disciplining students for off-campus speech.
Review current issues in schools presented by the pandemic.
Develop strategies for handling problems with drugs in the classroom.
Keep up to date on recent developments regarding Title IX.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Teachers, principals, school counselors, special education coordinators, superintendents, school psychologists, school board members, school administrators, and paralegals may also benefit.
Case Law Update and Recent Trends
Regulating Students' Speech on Social Media and Off Campus: Top Mistakes to Avoid
School Law in a Post-Pandemic World - Current Issues and Lessons Learned
BETH A. CALLAHAN is a partner at Callahan & Fusco LLC. Ms. Callahan has represented hundreds of families of children with disabilities including but not limited to: autism, dyslexia, ADD and ADHD, ED, school phobia, anxiety disorders, Marfan Syndrome, medical fragility, auditory processing disorder, in obtaining free appropriate public educations. Ms. Callahan has been special counsel on special education issues to several private state approved schools that have full time programs based on the science of applied behavior analysis. She has represented several charter schools in dealing with special education compliance, harassment, intimidation and bullying matters, and she presents her program on the issue of bullying to students of all grade levels. Ms. Callahan edited the Disability Law Primer and is published in several journals on special education and related legal topics. Ms. Callahan earned her B.A. degree from the Catholic University of America and her J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. She is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Essex County Bar Association, and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and she is admitted to the federal and state bars of New Jersey.
CHESSELEY A. ROBINSON III is the sole practitioner with Chesseley A. Robinson, III, based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mr. Robinson is a barred attorney in the District of Columbia and practices educational law. He has conducted in excess of 100 due-process hearings under IDEA 1997/IDEIA 2004 in the District of Columbia. Mr. Robinson is a former hearing officer for Guilford County Public Schools for the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina. He has been an adjunct instructor of criminal law and procedure, and legal ethics at both Southeastern University and Bowie State University. Prior to attending law school, he was a teacher and student mentor part time at Bonner Academy, a program for troubled and/or disadvantaged teens. Mr. Robinson earned his B.A. degree from North Carolina State University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of the District of Columbia - David A. Clarke School of Law. He is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Mr. Robinson has an emerging practice before the United States Supreme Court.
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