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Clarify Complex Student Discipline Issues
Student discipline exists within a complex and at times confusing regulatory framework of federal laws and constitutional protections. In order for you to effectively address student conduct, you must be able to recognize when a disciplinary practice is a clear violation of the law. This program will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the legal steps you must take when disciplining students. Ensure that your discipline procedures are fair and legal - register today!
This program is designed for principals and vice-principals, teachers and school counselors, school superintendents, and board members. Attorneys and paralegals will also benefit.
2:00 pm to 5:15 pm Eastern Standard Time
2:00 - 3:30, Marc G. Mucciolo
3:45 - 5:15, Stephanie Snyder Slone
Approved by the Kansas Continuing Legal Education Board for 3.50 hours of continuing legal education credit, which includes 0.0 hour of ethics and professionalism credit.
MARC G. MUCCIOLO is counsel with the law firm of Methfessel & Werbel. Mr. Mucciolo focuses his practice primarily on special education law and insurance coverage litigation, as well as general education law and employment law. He has successfully tried many special education cases to the benefit of the respective boards of education he represented, through formal due process and requests for emergent relief. Mr. Mucciolo is an experienced negotiator, having participated in many successful settlement and mediation sessions throughout the state. He is well-versed in all areas of special education law, including Section 504 and civil rights issues. He lectures frequently on special education topics at the New Jersey School Boards Association Annual Workshop, as well as for NJAPSA, NJASA and various school nurse associations. Mr. Mucciolo has provided many in-service presentations to child study teams, teachers/staff and administrators, as well as through local universities offering programs for potential school administrators. He is trustee for the New Jersey Association of School Attorneys. Mr. Mucciolo earned his B.A. degree from Saint Joseph's University and earned his J.D. degree from Seton Hall Law School. He is admitted to the New Jersey State Bar Association.
STEPHANIE SNYDER SLONE is an attorney with Lewis & Kappes PC, an Indiana-based law firm, concentrating her practice in the areas of education law and estate planning. Prior to joining Lewis Kappes PC, she was employed at the Indiana Department of Education-Office of Special Education serving as a special education complaint investigator and school-based Medicaid specialist. Ms. Slone is a frequent presenter, contributor, and writer for many organizations regarding education policy and law, most recently presenting on education discrimination at the 2019 Indiana Black Expo. She is an editorial reviewer for the Indiana School Laws and Rules published annually by Thomson Reuters Publishing Company. She is a member of the National Council of School Attorneys (COSA) and the Indiana Council of School Attorneys (ICOSA), and served on ICOSA’s 2019 Special Education Sub-Committee. She is active at the state level for education policy and law, testifying at several Indiana State Board of Education, EDR Working Group meetings regarding dispute resolution in Indiana educational settings, with a specific focus on special education dispute resolution. Ms. Slone is active in local, state, and national bar associations, and is a 2019 graduate of the Indiana State Bar Association Leadership Development Academy. She is admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana and in both the Northern and Southern district Courts of Indiana. Ms. Slone received her B.A. degree, summa cum laude, from Saint Mary of the Woods College and earned her J.D. degree from Indiana University-Bloomington, Maurer School of Law.
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