2019 School Law & Policy Symposium

  • beaulieu and yelverton Register Now for NCASA’s 2019 School Law & Policy Symposium! NCASA launched our School Law Symposium in 2011, and we have relied on great support from two of NC’s top education law firms in delivering helpful and relevant content each year since. Although we will still feature segments from those partnering law firms and others moving forward, we have transitioned our event this year into a more comprehensive School Law and Policy Symposium in which we will feature our own in-house and contracted attorneys as lead presenters.

    We are thrilled to introduce Elizabeth Yelverton, NCASA’s Legal Affairs and Policy Manager, who works daily with NCASA Executive Director Katherine Joyce in the halls of the General Assembly advocating on your behalf; and Rachel Beaulieu, who has extensive expertise in school personnel law and employment contracts and is Legal Counsel for our core affiliate – the NC School Superintendents’ Association. Come hear their sessions for practical guidance you will use in your own daily work and career progression, as well as learn from the stellar slate of attorneys and policy experts we have lined up for this re-imagined symposium. We believe you will find our new format and content an even more compelling reason to register now for this must-attend event!

For Attendees

  • Attendee Registration is OPEN!

    NCASA Member Early Bird rates will be active from the start of registration through July 31,  so be sure to mark your calendar to take advantage of these savings! Call 919-828-1426 for more information, or click here to register today.

    NCASA Member Early Bird | $199 (until July 31)
    NCASA Member Registration | $259 (after August 1)

    NCASA NonMember Early Bird Registration | $299 (until July 31)
    NCASA NonMember Registration | $359 (after August 1)

    Refunds for cancellations will be honored until August 23, 2019, less a $50 administrative fee.

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