Special education law professionals gather virtually this year to learn about today’s most relevant issues—join them!
Attend the premier education event for child attorneys, school district attorneys, hearing officers and advocates
Connect: learn, exchange, and share the passion with other special education professionals and create exceptional education opportunities for exceptional children!
Today’s most critical issues are explored by attorneys and professionals who practice in this area every day. Ask questions and challenge concepts—there is no better way to enhance your practice and build your reputation.
Gain a balanced perspective on all issues
Each hour is team-taught by a balanced panel of school district and parent/child attorneys. Gain the competitive advantage by hearing how a case is handled from both sides of the “v”!
Are you a parent of a child with exceptionalities?
The ECC offers you first rate instruction for advocating for your child.
- Hearing officers
- Advocates representing children, families, and school districts
- School administrators and teachers
- Anyone who wants to learn more about educational rights for children
Welcome & Remarks by PBA President David E. Schwager
Welcome & Introduction to the Day by PBA Legal Service for Exceptional Children Co-Chairs Jennifer M. Bradley & Thomas C. Warner
COVID and Special Education: Prominent Questions Answered and Solutions Offered to Support a Tumultuous School Year
Heidi B. Konkler-Goldsmith, Tanya A. Alvarado, Anne E. Hendricks, Sharon Wolff Montanye, Brooke E.D. Say & Jonathan D. Steele
COVID and Special Education (continued)
Year in Review
Andrew E. Faust & Caryl Andrea Oberman
Negotiating Settlement Agreements During Difficult Economic Times
Tim Gilsbach & Angela Murphy
Holly Cohen, M.Ed, NCSP & Dina Del Amo, Psy.D.
Amy Brooks, Michael C. Connolly & Charles W. Jelley, Esq., LLM, Moderator
Planned and Developed by the PA Bar Association Legal Services for Exceptional Children Committee
Who better to hone in on the most important and emerging issues affecting today’s special education law practitioner? Join the Committee for their 2020 conference, designed to highlight the most relevant legislation, regulations, and programs affecting exceptional children and their families. If you’re not a member yet, join today!
This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for 6 hours of CLE credit in substantive law and 1 hours in ethics.
Recorded in October 2020.