Kaitlin Atlas Explores Special Education Considerations for the Upcoming School Year in Loyola’s Education Law: 8th Annual Year in Review

By June 10, 2021June 2nd, 2022Kaitlin Atlas

Hodges Loizzi associate Kaitlin Atlas will help address key special education considerations as districts prepare for the upcoming in-person school year in a panel discussion as part of Loyola University Chicago’s Virtual Education Law: 8th Annual Year in Review seminar on Thursday, June 24 at 3:45 p.m. CT.

In the session “Special Education and the Way Forward,” Kaitlin and her fellow panelists will explore:

  • The mental health and social-emotional needs of students
  • How to make up for instruction and services that have been disrupted due to COVID-19
  • The way forward for special education in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

Kaitlin will be joined by co-panelists in the education field, including a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, an occupational therapist, and an intervention specialist.

Register for the event here.

The Education in Law: A Year in Review is hosted by the Loyola University Chicago School of Law Alumni via Zoom and will address important developments in the area of education law and policy in K-12 schools during the past year.

Kaitlin concentrates her practice in the areas of students and special education. She has experience handling a variety of matters related to students protected by disability laws including determining eligibility, disciplinary procedures, and interim alternative placements.