ED311 & TASSP present

2019 Conference on Education Law for Principals

Stay Informed

Presentations on current legal issues of particular concern to:

  • school principals & other campus-level personnel
  • superintendents
  • school board members
  • school attorneys
  • district administrators

Build Your Network

Q&A sessions offer you the opportunity to interact with all of our speakers. You’ll also be able to connect with 2000+ peers from all across the state of Texas.

32nd Annual Education Law for Principals Conference

June 11, 2019

Austin Convention Center

Registration Pricing: $235

Online Registration is closed

You can register on-site at the conference.

Bring this form and payment for $235 with you to the conference and register on-site. 

Accreditation

Opportunity to gain 5 hours Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) or Continuing Professional Education (CPE). Invest in your own personal growth & lifelong learning.

Workbooks

ED311 now has an event app!  One of the features of the app is the ability to export or download speaker handouts ahead of the conference so that you can print them or have them on a laptop or other device for the event.

We are no longer providing printed workbooks automatically for all attendees. If you ordered your printed & bound workbook before the May 28th deadline, you will be able to pick it up at registration. We will also have a limited number of workbooks available for purchase at the conference, $20 each. 

Please Note!

The Education Law for Principals Conference is the day before TASSP’s Summer Workshop (June 12 – 14) and is a totally separate event and registration process.

To find out more about TASSP’s summer workshop and to register for it, please visit the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals’ website:

Austin Convention Center

500 East Cesar Chavez Street,

Austin, TX 78701

2019 Conference on Education Law for Principals

THE MOST IMPORTANT CASES FROM THE PAST YEAR FOR THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle
Austin

SOCIAL MEDIA & CYBERBULLYING: WHAT PRINCIPALS CAN & CAN’T DO

Ken Braggs

Ken Braggs

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle
Irving

SCHOOL SAFETY: DEALING WITH THREATS & MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

Joy Baskin

Joy Baskin

Texas Association of School Boards
Austin

 

COMMON FAMILY LAW ISSUES THAT ARISE ON CAMPUS

Kevin Lungwitz

Kevin Lungwitz

The Lungwitz Law Firm, P.C.
Austin

THE ANNUAL UPDATE ON STUDENT DISCIPLINE

David Hodgins

David Hodgins

Thompson & Horton
Houston

SENATE BILL 7: WHAT TO REPORT, WHEN TO REPORT, & TO WHOM

Katie Payne

Katie Payne

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle
San Antonio

Accreditation

ATTORNEYS: The conference sponsors have applied to the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit in the amount of 5 hours (no ethics hours).

ADMINISTRATORS: This program may meet local criteria for 5 hours of school administrators’ general management training by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) as providers of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit.

Thank you to our sponsor!