The Institute of Special Education Advocacy ISEA 2018 opened on July 29 with 70+ advocates, attorneys, and law students from across the country at the W&M Law School.
This week the Class of 2018, an “army” of advocates, joins together for networking and training by experts in the field of special education law and advocacy.
The purpose of this program is to provide training in special education advocacy for experienced advocates, law students, new attorneys, and attorneys who are new to special education law.
Five packed days of sessions on applicable laws, ethics, best practices in advocacy, strategies in working with parents and schools, bullying, behavior, discipline, legal research, dispute resolution procedures, and more.
Upon the completion of ISEA participants will receive a Certificate in Special Education Advocacy from William & Mary Law School.