Special Education Attorney Jordan M. Bullinger to Speak During MASB's Annual Leadership Conference
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Special Education Attorney Jordan M. Bullinger will present during the Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB) Annual Leadership Conference. Bullinger's virtual session will discuss dispute resolution including mediation, state complaints, due process hearings, and remedies, and will address contingency learning plans, recovery services, and federal cases relating to COVID-19. This year's conference is fully virtual and free to all MASB member districts—board members, superintendents, office staff, teachers—anyone interested in attending. For registration and more information, please visit masb.org.
Bullinger dedicates his practice to representing school districts in the area of education law with a focus on special education and school disability law-related matters. He represents public school districts in state and federal tribunals and courts pertaining to claims arising out of, but not limited to, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Michigan Mandatory Special Education Act, Section 504, the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act, Title VI, Title IX, the Freedom of Information Act, and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
In addition to representing public school district clients in legal proceedings, Bullinger works closely with his school district clients to train staff on how to avoid compliance issues and routinely provides professional development to clients and their staff.
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