Paul McGlocklin represents school districts, community college districts, and county offices of education, focusing on classified and certificated employment matters and other labor and employment issues. He also handles governance and facilities issues administrative law matters such as PERB hearings, arbitrations, and dismissal proceedings, and any subsequent litigation that may arise.
During law school, Mr. McGlocklin participated on the National Environmental Moot Court team, clerked for the Cancer Legal Resource Center, and served as a full-time extern for the Honorable Robert N. Kwan, United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California.
News & Publications
Alerts & Articles
- Seven Bay Area Counties Release Virtually Identical “Shelter in Place of Residence” Orders That Will Affect Schools And Local Educational Agencies in Those Counties03.17.2020, updated 04.01.20
- Massive Federal Stimulus Bill Approved — Contains Funding and Waiver Authority for Educational Entities03.27.2020
- Los Angeles County Issues “Safer at Home” Order Aimed at Drastically Limiting Contact Between Persons03.20.2020
- Governor Newsom Issues Statewide “Stay at Home” Order – Essential School/College Employees and Contractors Are Exempt03.19.2020
- Orange County Health Officer Issues Order Immediately Prohibiting “All Public and Private Gatherings of Any Number of People,” Subject to Specified Exceptions: What Schools and Colleges Need to Know03.17.2020
- Governor Orders Certain Funding and Services to Be Maintained During Coronavirus (COVID-19) School Closures03.15.2020
- PERB: The Duty to Provide Information to Unions is Distinct from Obligations Under the Public Records Act11.28.2018
- New Legislation Makes Merit System Playground Supervisors Permanent Classified Employees as of January 1, 201909.21.2018
Mr. McGlocklin contributes to the firm’s publications and blogs.
- Is Your Website ADA-Compliant? Web Accessibility Lawsuits May Soon Be On the Rise as California High Courts Expand the Reach of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Unruh Civil Rights ActEdLawConnect Blog, 09.24.2019
- EdLawConnect Blog, 01.11.2018
- EdLawConnect Blog, 03.29.2016
- Keep Your Friends Close and Your SCARs Closer: Mandated Reporters Are Not Immune from Lawsuits for Unwarranted Disclosures under the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting ActEdLawConnect Blog, 12.11.2013
- EdLawConnect Blog, 04.12.2013
- Smile! You’re on Candid Camera! The Use of Student Recorded Cellular Phone Videos in Teacher Discipline CasesEdLawConnect Blog, 01.18.2013
- Certificated Employee is Entitled to Attorney Fees in Dismissal Process if Accusation is Withdrawn Following Initial Decision to Proceed to HearingEdLawConnect Blog, 07.03.2012