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SOLD OUT! Virginia Beach, VA - November 12-13, 2004
The Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training Program is sponsored by Commonwealth Autism Service & the Autism Society of America Tidewater Chapter.
This program will be held at:
Beach Higher Education Center
Registration fee is $125.00
For registration information, please call (800) 649-8481 or E-mail: email@example.com
The Virginia Bar has approved this conference for 9.0 credit hours.
Detailed Directions to the Virginia Beach Higher Education Center are below.
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Parking passes will be mailed to you with confirmation two weeks before the workshop.
A continental breakfast & Lunch will be included in the registration fee.
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