Clark Hill Attorney Joseph B. Urban Participates in CBS Public Affairs Radio Panel Discussion on Residential School Programs
DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill attorney Joseph B. Urban participated in a CBS Public Affairs Radio panel discussion regarding residential school programs on Sunday, August 14, 2016. Residential school programs involve a series of agreements between public schools and facilities offering high quality and age-appropriate dormitory space for students. Urban, along with Patrick O’Keefe, Founder and CEO of the financial and strategic advisory firm O’Keefe, LLC, discussed the pros and cons of residential schools as catalysts for students achieving higher academic outcomes as well as the legal framework necessary to achieve this vision.
Urban is a member in Clark Hill’s Education Practice Group and concentrates his practice in the areas of municipal finance, education law, and real estate law. He routinely represents school employers in the areas of collective bargaining, grievances and arbitration, unfair labor practices, wrongful discharge and the day-to-day matters arising in personnel administration. Urban regularly counsels school districts and public school academies in the operational issues involved in administering educational organizations.
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