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Presidential Transition & 117th Congress Updates & Resources

Click link below to access our Presidential Transition & 117th Congress resources that are non-political and address the impact of each on various industries and client sectors.

Presidential Transition & 117th Congress Updates & Resources

COVID-19 Resources

Click the link below to access our extensive COVID-19 resources that address a wide variety of topics in general and by industry.

COVID-19 Resources

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Shanahan Law Group Transitions to Nelson Mullins

December 1, 2020

Shanahan Law Group Transitions to Nelson Mullins


COVID-19: Legal Guidance for K-12 Schools

Practical Guidance from Education Attorneys on Promoting Safety and Avoiding Liability

Public and private K-12 schools around the United States are struggling to address the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), as well as the panic surrounding it. These schools, and their leaders, are being called on to make quick decisions that greatly impact staff, students, and communities. Having a well thought-out plan of action is the best protection against liability from these decisions.

Our education law attorneys held a one-hour webinar focusing on practical guidance for K-12 schools to address coronavirus, including:

  • How to address employee absenteeism and leave policies
  • Ensuring continuity of services for disabled students
  • Guidance to mitigate against coronavirus exposure and spread
  • Operational considerations in the event of school closures

Select this link to view a recording of the webinar.

More on our Education Law Webinar Series

Nelson Mullins hosts a year-long series of free webinars focusing on myriad legal issues faced by education institutions. Our upcoming webinars will focus on emerging First Amendment and academic freedom issues, best practices for compliance with forthcoming Title IX regulations, hot topics in diversity and inclusion, and other topics. We hope you will join us.

Next webinars:

  • Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 12:30-1:30 p.m.: Taking Care of Business: Due Process in Student Discipline
  • Tuesday, April 21: Legal developments and emerging issues in First Amendment and academic freedom law.

Monday, March 16, 2020

10 - 11 a.m. EDT

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