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2021 Spring Special Education Legal Consortium
We invite you to join us for Lozano Smith's Spring Special Education Legal Consortium (SELC) featuring a live, two-part webinar! Presenters will provide practical advice on how to address remediation and incorporate participant questions from on-demand bonus content. The on-demand series, originally featured at the ACSA Every Child Counts Symposium, covers all things COVID-19 as they relate to special education.

Q&A-
Attendees can submit their questions for the live Q&A portion of the webinar scheduled on April 21 in the Questions/Comments section below, or email to lswebinar@lozanosmith.com. Questions can be submitted through April 14, submitting a question for the live Q&A does not guarantee a response. We will try our best to address as many hot topics as possible.

Cost
$105/person; webinar login will be sent to each registrant.

Video Series Access
Lozano Smith will distribute access to the four part series on March 19 and April 2.

Billing
Lozano Smith does not require a Purchase Order to confirm registration for this event. All attendees will receive an invoice that will be submitted to your Accounts Payable department.

Credit Card
Please contact Lozano Smith's accounting department to process credit card information. The department can be reached at 1.800.445.9430.

Cancellation Policy
Cancellations will be accepted for a full refund, until one week prior to the event (4/14/21). Cancellations will not be accepted after this date.

The attendance capacity of this webinar is limited. We will close registration when capacity is reached. This event is reserved for school district or public agency employees only. Please use a school district or public agency email address when registering.

Apr 21, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Aimee Perry
Student Practice Group Co-Chair @Lozano Smith
Aimee Perry is Partner in Lozano Smith's Sacramento office. She is co-chair of the firm's Student Practice Group and is an active member of the firm's Special Education and Charter School Practice Groups. Ms. Perry's practice is focused on special education, and she assists clients with difficult IEP team meetings, settling cases at resolution sessions and mediations, as well as ensuring compliance with Section 504. Her expertise also extends to a myriad of student issues, including inter- and intra-district transfers, student fees, bullying, student discipline, student records, and mandatory reporting, as well as advising districts with charter school issues.
Marcy Gutierrez
Special Education Practice Group Co-Chair @Lozano Smith
Marcy Gutierrez is a Partner in Lozano Smith's Sacramento office and co-chair of the firm's Special Education Practice Group. She began her career in education as a public school teacher, and has been advising and representing school districts and other education entities for over fifteen years. Her areas of expertise include special education, student discipline, Title IX, the Brown Act, and litigation. Ms. Gutierrez has effectively represented school districts in many venues, including cases successfully litigated at the administrative agency level as well as in the federal courts. In addition to special education, she also advises and represents school districts and other education entities with regard to student discipline, public records requests, and the broad spectrum of anti-discrimination and anti-harassment requirements that apply to public education agencies.