In conjunction with professors, NCSBA Legal Counsel, and legal counsel for school boards around the state, five Tharrington Smith attorneys participated in the North Carolina School Boards Association April Law Conference on April 16 and 17 in Raleigh.
School Board members and attorneys alike received continuing education for attending the conference, where attorneys from Tharrington Smith’s Education Section spoke on topics ranging from employee dismissals and demotions, challenging local board decisions, impartiality, employee grievances, discrimination, harassment and bullying, and student disciplinary hearings. Presenters from Tharrington Smith included Ken Soo, Carolyn Waller, Deborah Stagner, Benita Jones and Eva DuBuisson.
Tharrington Smith has been a partner to education in North Carolina for more than 30 years. Our lawyers have decades of collective experience representing North Carolina school boards in all areas of education law. Passionate about both education and the law, our education lawyers are experienced, responsive, and professional, and commonly dedicate time and energy to enhancing understanding and knowledge of school board members across the state. In addition to employment and personnel matters, the education law team at Tharrington Smith provides the full range of legal services to public school districts throughout the state. Our lawyers are available to respond to an RFP answering your school board’s legal needs.