Thursday, April 24, 2014

School Law Practice

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24 Things a School Attorney Really Needs to Know , Authored By: Dean Pickett, Date Published: 10/14/2012, Page Count: 6, Product#: 281018
For new school law attorneys or a refresher for seasoned attorneys.
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Adventures in Ethics, Authored By: Allison Tomberlin, Date Published: 10/12/2013, Page Count: 62, Product#: 285664
In the spirit of the old Choose Your Own Adventure books, this paper calls on the reader to decide what to do when confronted with ethical dilemmas in their professional lives. The decisions aren’t always easy and the dilemmas aren’t always obvious. It is a career journey of choices and their consequences.
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An Update from the Courts A Snapshot of the NSBA Legal Advocacy Agenda and Selected Federal Cases, Authored By: Francisco Negrón, Jr., Date Published: 4/13/2013, Page Count: 22, Product#: 284717
This article summarizes court cases in which NSBA is participating and watching due to their impact on boards of education and school system practices.
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An Update from the Courts: A Snapshot of the NSBA Legal Advocacy Agenda & Selected Federal Cases, Authored By: Francisco Negron, Date Published: 10/12/2012, Page Count: 13, Product#: 283689
Major decisions and upcoming cases that reflect key policy concerns in public education. Topics include diversity, healthcare, immigration, student rights, vouchers and more.
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Blowing the Whistle A Time Out to Discuss the False Claims Act, Authored By: Joseph Hoffer, Date Published: 4/9/2011, Page Count: 21, Product#: 279595
Recent Supreme Court cases and subsequent legislation (Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009) have given the False Claims Act the potential to cross into any school program with federal funding. How to handle the risk, especially with the influx of ARRA funds pouring into the school systems is discussed.
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Ethical Lawyering in the Digital Age, Authored By: David Rubin, Date Published: 4/8/2011, Page Count: 16, Product#: 279584
Computer technology and digital communication have greatly transformed the legal profession in recent years. Examine how the ethics rules are being reshaped to keep pace with the digital age, without sacrificing the time-honored values they were designed to protect.
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Intellectual Property and Fair Use in the Classroom Environment, Authored By: Tracey Schneider, Date Published: 10/11/2013, Page Count: 35, Product#: 285655
This paper discusses key intellectual property issues that arise in the school environment: (1) management of teacher-established intellectual property rights (including lesson plans, curriculum materials, innovative teachings techniques, online courses, published articles); and (2) classroom fair use of copyright/trademark materials (including movies, music, curriculum materials, works published on the internet).
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Legal Ethics for School Lawyers, Authored By: Lisa Brown and Janet Horton, Date Published: 10/13/2012, Page Count: 33, Product#: 283720
This paper covers the ethical dilemmas that school lawyers commonly face. Included are scope and objectives of the representation; communication; confidentiality of information; settlement and more. ABA models rules are applied.
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Litigation Lessons from the Courthouse, Authored By: Lisa Brown, Date Published: 10/11/2013, Page Count: 21, Product#: 285660
This paper provides in-the-trenches practice advice on a variety of litigation topics, including best practices for successfully filing dispositive motions and asserting defenses such as qualified immunity, standing, mootness, failure to state a cause of action, pro se parents, and more. Discovery issues are also presented, and as well as tips for working with school district staff as parties, witnesses, and deponents
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School District Contracting Lessons Learned and Best Practices, Authored By: Forrest Jack Lance, Date Published: 4/12/2013, Page Count: 143, Product#: 284714
This article uses common contracting scenarios to illustrate the pitfalls school districts may encounter if they do not clearly understand the role of the board, superintendent and school attorney in the process of procuring goods and services. The article presents suggestions to avoid these pitfalls and provides sample tools that will help improve school district contracting practices.
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