Seminars & Events
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The job of an educator is multifaceted. Beyond ensuring student success, teachers and administrators are increasingly expected to prepare for - and respond to - emergency situations such as student threats. We invite you to join Franczek Radelet attorneys Jennifer Smith and Amy Dickerson on December 5 as they present an informative and interactive webinar addressing student threats.
New President, New Policies: One Year In - Examining the Impact of the Trump Administration on K-12 and Higher EducationNovember 2, 2017
Join us for a complimentary follow-up webinar where we will discuss President Trump's first year in office and his impact on K-12 and Higher Education.
Can students be questioned by school officials without parental notification and consent? What supportive services should be provided for students who have been questioned at school for committing misconduct? What is the role of school resource officers (SRO) in schools? These are some examples of questions we are fielding in light of the recent tragic news reports concerning a 16-year-old student who attended Naperville North High School.
Conducting or overseeing an internal investigation poses a host of legal and ethical challenges for attorneys. In this 2 hour interactive seminar our experienced attorneys will guide you through common legal and ethical quandaries that arise when conducting investigations in the workplace and educational settings involving sexual harassment, whistleblowing, fraud, criminal activity, or other misconduct.
We are excited to let you know that three Franczek Radelet attorneys - Ares Dalianis, Brian Crowley, and Bill Pokorny - will be speaking at the Illinois Association of School Business Officials (IASBO) Annual Conference on April 26 and 27 in Peoria. Their topics and co-presenters, along with the dates and times of their presentations are: