ED311 & TASPA present

2021 Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators

The conference is back live and in-person on December 8th, 2021, at the Kalahari Resort in Round Rock, TX!

Wednesday, December 8th, 2021

Kalahari Resort, Round Rock, TX

Attend in-person or choose the online option and watch the recorded presentations beginning January 4th at your own pace.

This conference is a must for HR teams and other administrators that deal with HR issues. Join us and gain essential knowledge of legal developments in the area of personnel law as it pertains to school districts.

Register for the 2021 Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators (In-Person)

December 8, 2021
Kalahari Resort, Round Rock, TX

$210/registrant

$235/registrant + printed workbook

Register for the 2021 Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators (Online)

Access begins January 4th.  60 days of access provided.

$210/registrant

$235/registrant + printed workbook (shipped)

This year’s topics include: Terminations & Nonrenewals, Leave of Absence Procedures, Retire/Rehire, Discrimination Claims, New Legislation, and Covid-Related Personnel Issues.

There will be plenty of time for Q&A with all speakers.

ACCREDITATION:

This conference provides 6.0 hours of CPE credit through SBEC, TEA (for School Board and Charter School Board Members), and also provides 6 hours of MCLE credit for attorneys (no ethics hours).  This training may meet local requirements for General Management Trainings and we will also supply a general Certificate of Attendance for filing with other professional organizations as needed.

Please note!

The Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators is before TASPA’s Winter Conference and is a totally separate event and registration process.

To find out more about TASPA’s Virtual Winter Conference and to register for it, please visit the Texas Association of School Personnel Administrators website:

Kalahari Resort

 

3001 Kalahari Blvd

Round Rock, TX 78665

THE 2021 PERSONNEL LAW CONFERENCE FOR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS SPEAKERS

Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C. - Austin

The 2021 Legal Update on Terminations & Nonrenewals

When an employee is not making the grade, school administrators sometime have to make tough decisions on whether to propose termination or nonrenewal.  To learn more, don’t miss Jim Walsh of Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C.   The Law Dawg will not disappoint! Register now for this year’s Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators.

Leslie Story

Leslie Story

Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) - Austin

Framework for Leave and Absence Procedures

Employee leave is a perennial concern for school personnel administrators.  Leslie Story of the Texas Association of School Boards will provide a comprehensive overview of emerging issues and trends in this area of the law.

Christine Badillo

Christine Badillo

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C. - Austin

What you Need to Know About Retire/Rehire

There are advantages and disadvantages to rehiring retired educators.  Christine Badillo of Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C. will break down important considerations you need to take into account in the retire/rehire process.

Lynda Jackson

Lynda Jackson

Fort Worth ISD

Best Practices for Handling Employee Claims of Discrimination

Discrimination laws offer comprehensive protections to employees and can be costly for school districts.  Lynda Jackson, General Counsel of Fort Worth ISD, will provide key guidance on how to avoid and manage employee discrimination claims in your school district.

David Giddens

David Giddens

Thompson & Horton - Dallas

New Legislation Impacting Personnel Matters

This summer, the Texas Legislature made some important changes that impact personnel administration.  David Giddens of Thompson & Horton will provide a rundown on the latest legislative developments you need to know about.

Jameson Baker

Jameson Baker

Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C. - San Antonio

The Latest on Covid-Related Personnel Issues

Some schools are resuming normalcy at this stage of the COVID pandemic, but potential disputes remain over wearing masks and mandating vaccines, among other things.  Jameson Baker of Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C. will highlight prevailing personnel dilemmas arising from the COVID pandemic.

Register for the 2021 Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators

$210/registrant

$235/registrant + printed workbook

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