At Ennis Britton, we believe our role is to provide key legal guidance to our clients before a problem arises. This way, clients can make informed decisions and avoid legal pitfalls. We created the Administrator’s Academy to provide school district administrators and board members with the latest legal information to help them manage their districts in an efficient, effective, and proactive manner.
The Administrator’s Academy consists of a series of presentations, each covering a specific topic or area of education law. Our experienced attorneys provide a legal overview as well as real-life examples to help administrators navigate and understand the complicated legal environment. Participants have the opportunity to ask questions and to hear different perspectives on topics pertinent to school management. The Administrator’s Academy presentations are provided as a complimentary service to our clients and are free of charge. Ennis Britton will also work with LPDCs for the attainment of CEU credit.
We know that school districts face many challenges this year, and we are here to help! We are taking a different approach to the 2020-21 Administrator’s Academy Seminar Series by offering five live interactive webinars rather than the typical that we have offered in the past. Our goal is to address a broader list of topics in a way that takes up less time from your busy day. The webinars will be presented in an interactive zoom webinar format. Attendees will have an opportunity to hear about hot topics from an Ennis Britton attorney, and will also have an opportunity to collaborate with colleagues and in smaller discussion groups.
Enroll now online using the form below, or email Hannah Reichle at email@example.com.
- December 12, 2019: Public Records Law Review
- April 16, 2020: Student Discipline Primer
- July 9, 2020: 2019–2020 Education Law Year in Review
Administrator’s Academy Registration
Due to the change in format, these events will not be archived or recorded.
All webinars will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., except where noted.