PUBLIC EDUCATION AND THE LAW
Current Legal Issues Affecting our State and Nation’s Public Schools: From the Debate Over the Constitutionality of Teacher Tenure Statutes to Teacher First Amendment Rights.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Registration: 8:30 a.m. Program: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
3.5 MCLE Credits in Professional Practice
Educators: A special rate of $50.00 is available*. To qualify for this special rate, you must complete and return the Educator Registration Form along with your payment. *Note: Attorneys are not eligible for this special rate. Non-Attorneys/Educators Cannot Register Online for this Program.
Attorneys: Register Online Now! or download Annual Meeting Registration Form and return with your payment by faxing to 518.463.5993
The interactive session will cover matters of interest to lawyers whose practice involves school law as well as to educators. Topics will include the constitutionality of teacher tenure and due process statutes, the free speech rights of teachers in the classroom as well as a host of other timely legal issues which school districts have faced this past year. Click here for a copy of the LYC program flyer.
The 2015 Edition of “PUBLIC EDUCATION AND THE LAW” will be provided to each participant.
Hon. Jonah Triebwasser
Chair, Committee on Law, Youth & Citizenship
Jay Worona, Esq.
Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel
New York State School Boards Association
Richard Casagrande, Esq.
New York State United Teachers
Professor of Education and History
New York University
New York City