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
Speaker: John R. Maley, Barnes and Thornburg LLP
Date: Friday, December 14, 2018
Time (local time): 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Credit hours: 1.0 CLE / Ethics
Cost: $30 ($15.00 for attorneys who agree to donate five hours of pro bono services to assist families through the Joseph Maley Foundation)
Free for first 5 nonprofit attorneys | paralegals | government attorneys
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Location: Barnes & Thornburg
11 S. Meridian St, Indianapolis 46204
Provider: Joseph Maley Foundation presented by Connor Reporting
Sponsored by Indiana Lawyer