11/21 – Legal Ethics in Special Education Work (Indianapolis)

Attorneys assisting students and families with special education needs confront legal ethics issues unique to the subject area and context. This informative program will address common issues such as:

• Rule 4.2 ex parte communications: When is the school “represented”?
• Attorney-client privilege: How to preserve privilege in this setting
• Who is the client when the student turns 18?
• Meritorious claims and contentions: How to handle unrealistic client expectations
• Discipline issues in the special education setting


• John Maley, Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Date: Thursday, November 21, 2019
Time (local time): 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Credit hours: 1.5 CLE / Ethics

Cost: $45
$30 for participants who commit to five hours of pro bono services to the JMFamily Advocacy program

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Location: Barnes & Thornburg LLP
11 S Meridian St, Indianapolis 46204

Provider: Joseph Maley Foundation

Contact information:
Liz Freisen
(317) 721-8043
[email protected]