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What Every Special Education Parent/Advocate/Attorney Should Know About School Discipline
Roanoke, VA -
October 30, 2002

On October 30, 2002, The Virginia Legal Advocacy Center will offer a special education advocacy training program, What Every Special Education Parent/Advocate / Attorney Should Know About School Discipline.

Presenters

Sharon S. England, JD, MSW
Darrel Tillar Mason, Esq.
Peter W.D. Wright, Esq.

Where: Wyndham Roanoke Hotel, 2801 Hershberger Road, NW, Roanoke, VA. Phone: 540-563-9300
Fax: 540-366-5846.

Credits: Approved for 5 CLE credits and 5 Guardian ad litem credits.


Meals
:
Continental Breakfast and Buffet Lunch are included with the program.

Fee: The registration fee for non-attorney parents and non-attorney advocates is $55. General attorney registration is $125. (VWAA members, Guardians ad litem, and Legal Aid Attorneys registering before Friday, October 18th, will receive a $30 discount).

For more information about this program, including the agenda and registration form, please visit the Special Education Practice in Virginia information page or email Lori Battin at vcsdLAC@aol.com

Directions

Take I 81 North or South and Exit onto I 581, take the Hershberger Road Exit.

Detailed directions from Map Quest.

Virginia Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities

We designed the Virginia Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities so people who love and work with our children can get reliable information, support and connect with one another.

You will find different kinds of resources on this page - government programs, grassroots organizations, and support groups. To make it easy for you to find the information you need, we organized these groups alphabetically.

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