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Join HLERK at the Upcoming IASB/IASA/IASBO Joint Conference

By November 5, 2014April 29th, 2015News

As always, HLERK is proud to play a major role at the upcoming Joint Conference in Chicago. Our participation in the Conference is part of HLERK’s long tradition of service to the Illinois school community. Please use this newsletter as a handy guide to our various programs and activities.

Our programming begins at the Council of School Attorneys meeting on Friday, November 21st where school attorneys will learn from Rob Swain and Dean Krone on Municipal Regulation of School Districts: From Civil Rights to Bleachers. 

The following day please join Heather Brickman and Jeff Goelitz as they present Google This: E-Privacy in School Technology. The session commences at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 22nd at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Grand B Ballroom.

Later that day, join Stan Eisenhammer and IASA General Counsel and HLERK alumnus Sara Boucek speaking on Superintendent Employment Contracts. This ever-popular and vital session for both superintendents and board members begins at 1:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel, Chicago 6.

Finally, please join Stephanie Jones and a coterie of HLERK all-stars (and early risers) when she will moderate the session Legally Stumped? on Sunday, November 23rd at 8:00 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency, Columbus E/F Ballroom.

Challenge them with your legal inquiries. Finally, we look forward to joining HLERK clients and friends at a special reception the Friday evening of the Joint Conference. HLERK clients should already have received their invitation.

The Joint Conference is a rare opportunity for the entire Illinois educational community to come together. We very much hope you plan on attending and we look forward to, as always, joining you there. Take advantage of the singular opportunity of having access to the best legal minds in the country in approaching an increasingly difficult and complex legal environment. All of us at HLERK always enjoy the opportunity to join you in downtown Chicago at the start of the 2014 Holiday Season.