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Oregon School Law Conference will take on timely issues Print E-mail

The 2010 Oregon School Law Conference, set for Dec. 1-3 at the Eugene Hilton, will offer a pre-conference, two general sessions, 15 interest sessions and several small-group discussions.  This highly interactive and informative event will address topics that school leaders won’t want to miss.

Oregon’s top legal experts will discuss issues facing schools and districts around the state, including:

  • Collective Bargaining: Negotiating in a Difficult Time
  • Legal, Labor and Educational Implications of Cutting Days
  • Dealing with Student Bullying/Harassment/Cyberbullying
  • Downsizing: Layoff and Recall
  • Employee Misconduct: Off Campus and Off Duty Activities, including Facebook and Blogs
  • ELL Students and the Law
  • And many more.

The 3oth Annual Oregon School Law Conference is sponsored by COSA, OSBA and the University of Oregon.  See the conference flierRegister today.  Make Eugene Hilton reservations today.

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