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An Overview of Tenure Law in New Jersey

Produced on August 03, 2017

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Course Information

Time 52 minutes
Difficulty Beginner

Course Description

This class, presented by John Geppert, Partner and Chair of the Education Law Group at Scarinci Hollenbeck, will provide an overview of tenure law in New Jersey. It will cover the latest developments in New Jersey, including case law decisions and procedures. There will be an emphasis on difficult and challenging tenure situations and insight into practical concerns in prosecuting tenure dismissal cases.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain a basic overview of tenure law in New Jersey
  2. Review the latest tenure law developments, include recent case law decisions
  3. Obtain practical tips for prosecuting tenure dismissal cases

Credit Information

This course is pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states. If your state is not listed, contact support for more information on how to receive credit

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John Geppert

Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC

John G. Geppert represents private and public sector clients in labor and employment matters. He has extensive experience representing school boards in all facets of education law. He serves as General Counsel to many boards of education throughout New Jersey. In that capacity, his role includes conducting negotiations with employee associations and collective bargaining units. He also handles all aspects of employee and student disciplinary hearings, and participates in all board issues including tenure, HIB, residency, and tuition.

Mr. Geppert frequently appears before the New Jersey Commissioner of Education, Arbitrators, the Office of Administrative Law (“OAL”), and Public Employment Relations Commission (“PERC”). He also argues before the New Jersey Supreme Court, Appellate Division, and other State and Federal Courts.


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