Jennifer Mueller Rosenberg to Discuss LGBTQ+ Discrimination in Schools at Annual ICSA Seminar on School Law

Hodges Loizzi partner Jennifer Mueller Rosenberg will discuss legal trends related to LGBTQ+ discrimination in schools at the 35th Annual Illinois Council of School Attorneys (ICSA) Seminar on School Law. Jennifer will present on Friday, November 19 from 1:30 to 2:00 p.m.

Jennifer’s presentation, Protecting LGBTQ+ From Discrimination in the School Setting, will focus on topics including the implementation of the Bostock decision, employment discrimination, inclusivity, and transgender students.

The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago and will be in-person with COVID-19 mitigation efforts in place.

Registration for the event can be found here.

The ISCA Seminar on School Law aims to gather school lawyers across Illinois to share insights about significant issues and concerns in the world of school law. The ICSA is made up of more than 250 attorneys who represent school districts in their practice.

Jennifer Mueller Rosenberg concentrates her practice in the areas of students and special education. As chair of the firm’s Student and Special Education Practice Group, Jennifer has extensive experience counseling and representing clients regarding legal compliance, student matters, special education, OCR and ISBE complaints, student and public records requests, and board governance and operations.