ED311 & TASSP present

2022 Conference on Education Law for Principals 

 

Register for the in-person conference

Tuesday, June 14th, 2022 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX

ALL PRICING OPTIONS:
$220 per registrant (access to the digital workbook)
$245 per registrant (with printed workbook)

Groups of 5 or more – save $25/per person
$195 per registrant
$220 with printed workbook

Groups of 10 or more – save $35/per person
$185 per registrant
$210 with printed workbook

*In order to receive the group discount, the full group must be registered all together on one form.

Register for the online conference

Attend online from the convenience of your office!  Join the live simulcast on June 14th, 2022 or watch the recordings later at your convenience through August 12th, 2022.

ALL PRICING OPTIONS:
$220 per registrant (access to the digital workbook)
$245 per registrant (with printed workbook)

Groups of 5 or more – save $25/per person
$195 per registrant
$220 with printed workbook

Groups of 10 or more – save $35/per person
$185 per registrant
$210 with printed workbook

*In order to receive the group discount, the full group must be registered all together on one form.

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.

Accreditation

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

The TASSP Summer Workshop is a separate event with separate registration from the Education Law for Principals Conference.  Find out more info or register by clicking below.

Room Block Information

Choose from a wide range of lovely hotels in downtown Austin, all within easy access of the Austin Convention Center.

2022 Conference on Education Law for Principals

Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C.

Three Hot Button Issues Any Principal Might Face

Every day administrators face issues that elicit strong opinions from their communities.  Jim Walsh of the Walsh Gallegos law firm will address three such issues – curriculum challenges (CRT), requests to remove a book, and dress codes. Learn what issues you might face and strategies to handle them on your campus.

Jasmine Wightman

Jasmine Wightman

Texas Association of School Boards

Students & Their First Amendment Free Speech Rights

Can school officials constitutionally discipline students for their on or off-campus speech? Courts have weighed in and provided guidance on what speech is protected and what school officials can and cannot do when First Amendment rights are implicated.  Jasmine Wightman of the Texas Association of School Boards will provide the latest developments.

David Hodgins

David Hodgins

Thompson & Horton

The Annual Update on Student Discipline

Always entertaining and informative, David Hodgins of Thompson & Horton will provide the 2022 legal update on and practical strategies on student discipline.

 

Eddy Perez

Eddy Perez

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C.

Business-Related Issues Every Principal Needs to Know About

While educating students is a principal’s main focus, there are many business-related issues that impact school administration.  Eddy Perez of the Walsh Gallegos law firm will address common business-related matters that administrators need to know to run a successful campus.

Leticia McGowan

Leticia McGowan

Richardson ISD

How to Handle COVID’s Lingering Impact on Our Schools

Educating students during the lingering COVID pandemic has created significant challenges for school administrators.  Leticia McGowan of Richardson ISD has dealt with these issues first-hand and will highlight prevailing dilemmas and strategies for tackling these challenges on your campus.

Eric Rodriguez

Eric Rodriguez

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C.

Principal Leadership in Special Education

Principals are the leaders of their campuses, and leadership is critical in the special education realm.  Successful special education departments have strong principals who support them in the implementation of special education programs.  Eric Rodriguez of the Walsh Gallegos Law Firm will address the important role principals play in special education.

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.