As concerns for school safety have led to zero tolerance policies, the amount of school disciplinary proceedings has increased. This course provides an overview of how to represent a K-12 student at a disciplinary hearing. We review law, procedure and advocacy.
The presentation looks to answer the following questions:
Scott Limmer, an attorney practicing Criminal Defense, College Discipline and Special Education Law, discusses the public school disciplinary process, the law and the practical reality of representing a student at a hearing.
I. Understand the school’s procedures when a student is suspended
II. Learn how to achieve a successful result for your client
III. Effectively represent a student with a disability
Scott J. Limmer has more than 20 years of experience practicing in the area of criminal defense law, representing clients in State and Federal Courts. Scott represents clients throughout Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties for essentially every type of criminal offense.
He received his Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University in 1993. In 1994, he began work as an Assistant District Attorney in Nassau County, where he handled thousands of cases and gained invaluable knowledge in the area of criminal law. In 1998, he left the DA’s office and founded a solo criminal defense practice on Long Island. Not long after, he added an additional office in Queens. Scott has represented countless clients throughout Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties, advocating and guiding them through the criminal justice process.
Scott also represents clients accused of violating their college’s code of conduct, specifically Title IX sexual abuse and harassment issues. He has advised clients throughout schools in the Northeast as well as around the country.
Scott is the co-host of the “Reboot Your Law Practice” podcast. Scott and his co-host talk each week about how attorneys must give value, be authentic, build relationships, adjust, and evolve to be successful in the new legal reality we are practicing in.
Scott enjoys discussing the business aspects of running a law practice, the future of law and how technology is changing the way most lawyers do business.
Very interesting topic. Engaging and knowledgeable speaker
Student suspensions are becoming a very big issue - this is an important overview for anyone working in the child advocacy arena. Well done.
Helpfu presentation. Very informative, practical information.
Good presentation, maybe some more statute or caselaw info might be interesting
Clear summary of student discipline principles
this speaker was enjoyable, effective and interesting
really knew the material really connected to it and really presented it well
Excellent, practical advice.
very practical course with relevant, recent issues used as examples. Well presented.
The speaker offered a host of practical solutions. Well done
Really excellent. Thank you in particular for the discussion of Lopez and discipline hearings in general.
This was a high quality cle.
Highly recommend. Very informative and accurate.
Engaging, well presented.
Very informative presentation- I would highly recommend this.
Enjoyed the knowledgeable moderator.
This is a terrific program
Very knowledgeable presenter who spoke clearly and cogently on a complex issue. I learned a lot and received great value from this presentation!
He was good
great topic, well informed speaker
Excellent/ practical presentation.
Really strong course. Very good.
presenter had a very good understanding of this emerging area of the law and also gave good practical advice in the context of real life scenarios.
Great overview--I'm a teacher and non-practicing attorney keeping my license, so I appreciated this and learned a great deal!
Thought the course was very practical - great examples made the class engaging
very nice presentation thank you
Absolute must for AFCs
Very fine presentation by experienced -- thus credible -- practitioner.
Great presentation! Nicely organized! Great examples from own practice!
Excellent, substantive information, clearly presented. Thank you!