On April 11, I will be doing an audioconference reviewing the top ten cases from the past year. This will include cases involving personnel decisions, liability concerns, bullying, student free speech and other timely topics. It’s tough to narrow this down to ten cases, but we all like that number. After all, the Big XII limits itself to ten teams, and the Big Ten hangs on to that label with 14 teams!
So we will talk about ten cases. Some of these are from high level courts, but not all of them. I chose these cases because they teach lessons that are relevant to educators. Court cases are to lawyers as Biblical parables are to preachers—they tell stories and they teach lessons. So if you want to hear about football players “taking a knee” during the National Anthem, cheerleaders waving religious banners, little kids in handcuffs, why coaches need to be careful about how they talk about concussions, teachers getting physical with kids…then sign up and show up!
If you want to participate, just go to our firm’s website where you can find information about registering: www.walshgallegos.com/events.
DAWG BONE: TEN WAS GOOD FOR MOSES. IT’S GOOD FOR US.
Tomorrow: Toolbox Tuesday!!