At Franczek, we know that when it comes to the world of special education law, which grows more and more complex every day, no one lawyer can be an island. The synergies we enjoy in our office bouncing ideas off of and learning from each other benefit attorneys and clients alike and are part of what makes our firm so unique. Needless to say, we are thrilled to share some of the lessons learned from our collaborative environment by sending a cadre of special education attorneys to the upcoming Illinois Alliance of Administrators of Special Education (IAASE) 21st Annual Fall Conference. Come see us when we present on October 17 on a number of exciting topics showcasing the strength of our team!
You won’t want to miss the following presentations on October 17:
- Dana Fattore Crumley and Emily Tulloch present “Fighting Friendly Fire in your IEP: Avoiding Internal Challenges to IDEA Compliance”
- Jennifer Smith and John Swinney present “Gender Identity and Special Education”
- Nicki Bazer, Jackie Wernz, and Brianne Dunn present “Technology, Privacy, and Special Education: Emerging Trends For the New Decade”
- Amy Dickerson and Kendra Yoch present “Bullying and Special Education in the New Decade: What You Need to Know Now”
For more information about the conference, check out the IAASE website. We look forward to seeing many of you there!