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BRIAN DENNY the director of special needs and GT services for grades 3-6; and provides 504 plans, medical homebound and homebased services for the Florence School District One. He is a certified level II school psychologist. Mr. Denny earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in school psychology from Francis Marion University.
DAVID A. HARLEY is the sole practitioner at Harley Law, LLC, after 15 years of representing school districts in the Midwest. Harley Law, LLC, and Mr. Harley represent parents, teachers and administrators in the areas of education, special education, employment, and administrative law. Prior to moving back to South Carolina, Mr. Harley worked at a boutique education and employment law firm in Chicago representing more than 250 school boards and municipalities in the mid-west in all areas of the law and at a large national firm as of counsel, heading up their special education department. He also served as general counsel for eight years at the Special Education District of Lake County (SEDOL), the largest special education cooperative in Illinois, comprised of 36 school districts (at that time). Mr. Harley is admitted to practice in South Carolina, North Carolina, Illinois, and the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as several federal courts. He is a member of the South Carolina Bar. Mr. Harley earned his B.A. degree from Furman University and his J.D. degree from the University of South Carolina. Immediately after law school, and prior to moving to Chicago, Mr. Harley clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Cameron McGowan Currie in Florence, South Carolina.
LAURA B. HOLLAND PH.D. is the executive director of special services with York School District #2 (Clover), where she is responsible for programing and compliance for the IDEA and 504 plans in the school district. She is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children (C.E.C.), and she is part of C.E.C's division of Council for Administrators of Special Education (C.A.S.E.). Dr. Holland earned her B.S. degree from Winthrop University, her Ed.S. degree from Winthrop University, and her Ph.D. degree from the University of South Carolina.
LAUREN M. STALCUP is an attorney with Condon Family Law, where she is a child and family advocate. Her practice allows her to combine her background in special education and the law. Although now an attorney, Ms. Stalcup will always consider herself an educator. She started her career as a special education instructor, having taught multiple grade levels. Ms. Stalcup has taught in public and private schools, in urban, rural and suburban areas, and has taught students ranging from the severely disabled to the unimaginably gifted. In addition, she has trained teachers across the country in the areas of movement and learning, the differences in educational development in boys and girls, and incorporating individualized instruction, differentiated instruction and inclusive practices into their classrooms. Ms. Stalcup earned her B.A. degree from The College of William & Mary and her J.D. degree from the University of South Carolina, School of Law.