Nicole D. Snyder, Esquire will be presenting on the “Legal Issues Impacting the Provision of Appropriate Mental Health Services to the K-12 Student in Light of Covid-19”.
This year’s program will include these offerings on a range of substantive legal topics as well as on the teaching, study, and practice of education law:
- A plenary panel discussion on “Title IX at 50: Past, Present, and Future,” which will be the start of a whole conference program strand on a variety of Title IX topics that can be selected from among all of the program offerings.
- A plenary panel on “The Religion Clauses in Education, with Additional Reflections from Richard Katskee” a variation on a longstanding and popular conference feature that this year will held as a plenary session in light of landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases this past term and will include reflections from an attorney who argued one of them: ELA member Richard Katskee of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, who argued Kennedy v. Bremerton School District.
- The annual Supreme Court update on the morning of Saturday, November 5, this year again delivered by Mark Walsh, writer for Education Week, SCOTUSblog, and the ABA Journal; Mark may have a tough time topping his tour de force at the 2021 conference in San Antonio, but we are delighted that he graciously accepted the challenge.
- Featured panels of scholars and practitioners on hot topics.
- Two exciting stand-alone half-day preconference workshops on Wednesday, November 2, and a stand-alone half-day postconference workshop on the afternoon of Saturday, November 5, described below.
- Dozens of concurrent presentations, in person and live-streamed.
- Roundtable discussions on the morning of Friday, November 4, in person only.
- Poster sessions on the evening of Thursday, November 3, which are described under Call for Proposals below and for which proposals are being accepted through October 10.
- Role-alike discussion groups.
Please contact our firm for more information.