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The School Lawyer's Ethical Obligations to Properly Navigate the Relationship
Between the School District, the Superintendent and the Board

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
12:00 Noon to 1:00 p.m.
$75 per person

Presented by
The New York State Association of School Attorneys


Learn how to navigate the relationship between the board, the superintendent and the school attorney, while maintaining the required level of professionalism and ethical standards.  This program will address and provide guidance regarding many of the obstacles and ethical considerations facing school attorneys in connection with their representation of school districts and their governing boards of education.  

Richard J. Guercio, Esq.  and Gary L. Steffanetta, Esq.,
Guercio & Guercio, LLP

 This webinar is open to all attorneys who practice in New York, and in particular, those who practice in the area of Education Law.

New York State Continuing Education (CLE) Credits: One (1) Credit Hour of Ethics and Professionalism.  Application for accreditation for this course or program in New York State is currently pending. If approved, this program may be eligible for 1 CLE credit hours in Ethics and Professionalism.

IMPORTANT:  Attorneys must register INDIVIDUALLY to receive CLE credit so that attendance can be verified on the date of the webinar.   Firm/Group registrations will not be accepted.  Please record the email address and password created at time of registration as it will be required to access this webinar and to register for future webinars.  

Important Notice:  Partial credit for program segments not allowed. Under the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board Regulations and Guidelines, attendees at CLE programs cannot receive MCLE credit for a program segment unless they are present for the entire segment. Persons who arrive late, depart early, or are absent for any portion of the segment will not receive credit for that segment.

Tuition Assistance: Application for tuition assistance to attend this program may be made based on financial hardship. Under that policy, an applicant who has a genuine financial hardship may apply in writing not later than five working days prior to the program, explaining the basis of his/her hardship, and, if approved, may receive tuition assistance, depending upon the circumstances. For more details, please contact Jay Worona, New York State School Boards Association, at (800) 342-3360 or (518) 783-0200 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

You are required to enter an email address and create a password to complete your registration.  Please record this information, as it will be required to register for future webinars.  


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