Date: 09.19.2022, 12 p.m.
Cost: Member - $0 | Non-Member - $55
The spotlight continues to be on local board of education meetings. Managing public participation is a key component of meeting management and success at any time, especially with current issues like critical race theory, transgender students, or LGBTQ library books. Review your public participation policy with a discussion of limited public forum constitutional issues, best practices and sound strategy for the year ahead.
Presenter: Hollie Reedy, Ennis Britton Co., L.P.A.
Attorney Of Counsel, Ennis Britton Co., L.P.A.
Prior to becoming an attorney with the firm, Ms. Reedy served as chief legal counsel of the Ohio School Boards Association. She brings her depth of experience in education law and knowledge as association counsel to provide comprehensive legal representation of public schools and nonprofit entities. Ms. Reedy’s work with boards of education includes drafting and negotiating vendor contracts, drafting policy, interpreting Ohio’s ethics laws, public records, litigation, and representing boards before federal, state, and local agencies. She has extensive publication and speaking credentials. She is trained in mediation. Ms. Reedy represents districts on a full spectrum of education law issues and is a member of the firm’s School Finance, Municipalities & Public Law, and Special Education Practice Teams.