ED311 & TASPA present

2022 Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators


Registration is now closed.  Sign up below to be notified about the 2023 conference.

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.

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This year’s topics include: Employee First Amendment Rights, Documentation, Title IX, Mental Health and the ADA and more!

There will be plenty of time for Q&A with all speakers. Scroll down to learn more about this year’s speakers and topics.


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.

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Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

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

What Courts Say About Employee First Amendment Rights

The U.S. Supreme Court has recently spoken on public school employee First Amendment rights. You won’t want to miss this important update on free speech rights by Jim Walsh of Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle, P.C.  

The Law Dawg will not disappoint! 

Jennifer Barton

Jennifer Barton

Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) - Austin

Effective Documentation of Employee Performance

Documentation is key in the employment evaluation process, and employee documentation is a perennial concern for school personnel administrators. Jennifer Barton of the Texas Association of School Boards will provide a comprehensive overview of emerging issues and trends in this area of the law and discuss legal issues and practical strategies for meeting critical documentation requirements.

David Holmes

David Holmes

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

Title IX Regulations & Practical Guidance

This summer, the US Department of Education released proposed changes to Title IX regulations. David Holmes will break down the proposed rules and offer guidance on ways to comply with new requirements.

The son of a public school teacher and a public defender for juveniles, David Holmes has long held a passion for public service and education. Now with Walsh Gallegos Treviño Kyle & Robinson, P.C., David will break down important considerations you need to take into account.

Oleg Nudelman

Oleg Nudelman

Thompson & Horton (DFW)

How Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Impact HR Practices

Employers in every industry are seeking ways to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in employment.  School districts are no different. Oleg Nudelman of Thompson & Horton will discuss the impact of diversity, equity, and inclusion on school district HR practices.

Oleg is proud to assist schools and colleges that serve Texas communities because the well-meaning folks who educate our next generation deserve the highest quality legal advice.

Jennifer Powell

Jennifer Powell

Eichelbaum Wardell Law Firm - Austin

Employee Mental Health Issues & the ADA

Positive mental health of employees is a critical aspect of retaining employees and avoiding problems that come with absenteeism and poor workplace morale. Jennifer Powell of the Eichelbaum Wardell law firm will address employee mental health, the law, and strategies for dealing with employees with mental health concerns.

Now more than ever, this topic needs to be discussed.  A shareholder at Eichelbaum Wardell, Jennifer has extensive litigation experience.

Jenny Hall

Jenny Hall

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

Hiring, Staffing, & Contract Abandonment

Since the start of the pandemic, many school districts have continued to struggle with hiring and retaining employees. Jenny Hall of Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle, P.C. will tackle this prevailing dilemma with a discussion on effective strategies for hiring, staffing, and dealing with contract abandonment.

Jennifer (Jenny) Hall has spent the entire twenty years of her career serving as General Counsel and Employment law counsel to multiple public school districts and private business clients around the state.  Jenny Hall will highlight what you need to know.

Register for the 2022 Personnel Law Conference for School Administrators (Online)

Access begins December 13th, 2022.  90 days of access provided.


$240/registrant + printed workbook (shipped)

You may register groups of up to 20 attendees with a credit card or via the invoice option.

Thank you to our sponsors!