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- to enhance the knowledge and professional capabilities of lawyers who are engaged in one or more aspects of school law whether from the perspective of a public or private educational institution or agency, school board or district, union or association, certified or noncertified employees and administrators, parents or guardians, students, taxpayers, or the public generally;
- to monitor developments and disseminate information on all relevant legal matters;
- to assist in the improvement of legal practices in school law-related areas;
- to study and recommend solutions to various problems involving school law;
- to study, prepare, make recommendations, oppose, or promote proposed legislation and regulation in the field;
- to explain the ramifications of legislation, regulations, or case law; to promote communication among lawyers in this field; and
- to present seminars, newsletters, and conferences in furtherance of these goals.
- Ocol v. Chicago Teachers Union, 982 F.3d 529, 532 (7th Cir. 2020)
- Illinois Supreme Court Clarifies ‘Bumping Rights’ of Laid-off Tenured Faculty
- Williams v. Board of Education of the City of Chicago, No. 19-3152 (7th Cir. Dec. 8, 2020)
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