2013 Education Law Conference ~ Rethinking the Future

06.06.2013
Program: 8:00am - 11:30am
Location: Mission Viejo Country Club

Breakout Sessions Choices Now Available! - A Unique Learning Opportunity for California Educators

November 14 ~ Stockton | November 19 ~ Cerritos

Join us for the 2013 Education Law Conference to learn about the changing education environment in California. Our Conference will provide fresh insight on these changes and how to take advantage of tomorrow’s opportunities.

Who Should Attend?


  • Superintendents

  • Directors

  • Personnel | Student Services

  • Assistant Superintendents

  • Board Members

  • Facilities | Business Services

  • HR Representatives | Labor Relations

  • Special Education         

For additional information, please contact Keesha Clark at 562-653-3579 or Jim Baca, Esq., in the Cerritos office. 

As part of our event we will be giving away library books through our BookSmart Program.  BookSmart offers attendees an opportunity to win books for their district’s library collection.

Registration/Breakfast: 8:00 am

Conference: 8:30 am -3:30 pm

Registration Fees: 

Early Bird Registration $49 extended to November 1; $129 thereafter or $119 each for two or more from same district. Event only open to district personnel.

Conference Agenda:

General Session I: (8:30-9:30 a.m.)  AALRR California Legal Update: It’s the Law Now!  Each specialty track will adjourn to a separate room (Cerritos only) after opening remarks to focus on specific legislation impacting their focus area.

Morning Breakout Sessions 1 - 3 (9:30-10:30 am)

Session 1 - Personnel/Labor Relations |  Be Proactive: How to Respond to Federal Civil Rights Investigations (Featuring Gabriel Sandoval, former Senior Counsel in the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education)

Session  2 - Special Education/Student Services  |  A Year in Review: Everything You Need to Know About Case Law in 2013

Session  3 - Facilities/Business Services | Shifting Gears: How Changing Economic Conditions Impact Your Property Disposition and Development Decisions

Morning Breakout Sessions  4 - 6 (10:45-11:45 a.m.)

Session 4 - Personnel/Labor Relations |  Transgender and Lifestyle Issues: Legal Trends in Employee and Student Rights Against Discrimination

Session  5 - Special Education/Student Services  |  On the Front Line: A Special Education Approach to Common Core

Session  6 - Facilities/Business Services | Changing Times in School Construction:  Are Your Bid Documents and General Conditions Up to Date? Where Do We Begin?

Lunch 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. (Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts - Sierra Room)    

Afternoon Breakout Sessions  7- 9 (1:15-2:15 pm)

Session 7 - Personnel/Labor Relations 1:00-2:15 p.m. (Extended Session) | Rethinking Negotiations: LCFF, Common Core, the Affordable Care Act and Other Important Issues

Session  8 - Special Education/Student Services | To File or Not to File: Special Education Due Process Complaints

Session  9 - Facilities/Business Services |  Changing Times in School Construction:  Are Your Bid Documents and General  Conditions Up to Date? Where Do We End?

Hospitality Reception: 2:15 p.m.  Rethinking the Future.  

Event Contact

Keesha Clark
kclark@aalrr.com

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