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This program was recorded on August 30th, 2018
This course is an introductory level course designed to inform those without experience in school law, as well as a refresher for professionals who occasionally encounter these common issues. The webinar will consider each of the major federal laws that protect students with disabilities, the differences between them, their respective procedural safeguards, and important exceptions concerning behavioral issues.
Joshua Aaron Jones is a local, solo practice attorney. He holds an undergraduate degree in music education from the University of Montevallo, a JD and Master of Education Law from University of New Hampshire School of Law, and an LLM in Government and Public Policy, with an emphasis in school law, from University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. His practice focuses primarily on family law, using the collaborative family law model, and mass tort settlement resolution. He has served as an adjunct professor at Pensacola State College and Virginia College and presently serves as an adjunct professor in legal studies at the University of West Florida. Mr. Jones often speaks on same-sex marital and family issues, including divorce, adoption, child custody, and estate planning, as well as school law topics.
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