Spring Legal Seminar
Darcy Kriha and Franczek Radelet Associates
Spring: Social Media/Bullying and Title 9
ILSPS 2, 3, 4, 5 Domains 2, 4
May 3, 2016
This Legal Seminar is designed to provide principals and other school administrators both knowledge and strategies to successfully navigate the treacherous legal waters of social media, bullying, and Title IX requirements. In ever increasing amounts, these three issues seem to be challenging educators and requiring more of their time. Providing a positive learning environment becomes more difficult when students are bullied through social media. Learn the ‘do’s and ‘don’ts’ in taking action in this legal arena. Since technology and court rulings are quickly evolving, you need to get the latest legal advice from a highly regarded legal firm.
Darcy Kriha is an equity partner in the Chicago-based education law firm Franczek Radelet. She represents public school districts and special education cooperatives throughout Illinois. In addition to overall school board representation, Darcy has extensive experience handling special education and high-profile student discipline matters. In July 2006, Darcy was selected by the Law Bulletin Publishing Company as one of Illinois’ “40 Under 40 Attorneys to Watch.” She was recognized for her unique and exceptional lawyering skills in the field of education law and her commitment to the profession, including extensive volunteer work.
Darcy joined Franczek Sullivan P.C. in 1997. She received her law degree in 1992 from the John Marshall Law School and graduated magna cum laude from Mundelein College in 1989 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She is a member of the Bar of the State of Illinois and is admitted as an attorney of record before the United States Supreme Court, the Illinois Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Central Districts of Illinois, including the Northern District Trial Bar.
Center for Professional Learning, 1519 S. Grace Street, Lombard, IL
8:30—11:30 am Continental breakfast is provided.
Individual Member or Partner District Member $75 per session
Non-Member/Non-Partner $105 per session
*eligible for Illinois Professional Development hours