Live Cary | North Carolina Bar Center Friday, April 12, 2019
A wave of cultural and political changes has swept over the country during the past few years, affecting not only the laws governing education but also the types of issues faced by students and employees.
During this program, explore how the current era compares with past historical phases, what new challenges and opportunities are presenting themselves in schools and universities, and what role education attorneys can play in government and society broadly.
This program includes topics of interest for both the junior education law attorney and the more seasoned practitioner.
Planned by the NCBA Education Law Section
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8:30am | Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:55 | Introductions and Announcements
9:00 | Common Schooling? North Carolina's Long and Serendipitous Journey | Boger
9:45 | Law Enforcement and School Safety | Hill
10:45 | Break
11:00 | Thinking Outside the Box: Lab Schools, Early Colleges and Other Innovative Educational Partnerships | Edwards and Mayes
12:00pm | Education Law Section Annual Meeting, Chad R Donnahoo, Campbell Shatley PLLC, Asheville, 2018-2019 Section Chair, presiding
12:15 | Networking Lunch
1:00 | Free Speech in the School Environment: Walkouts, Taking a Knee and Other Social and Political Protests | Ramee
1:45 | Title IX Regulations - Where We Are Now and Where We'll Be Soon: What Happens After the Proposed Rule Becomes Final? | Davis
2:30 | Break
2:45 | Who Are We: Saints, Scholars, Snakes or Silos? (Ethics) | Crumpler
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