Presented by the OSSBA legal team – Julie Miller, deputy executive director and general counsel; Rooney Virgin, director of government affairs; and Kim Bishop, Brandon Carey and Tony Childers, staff attorneys.
Continental breakfast buffet included.
The Summer School Law Institute qualifies for five ethics credits for school board members and attorneys are also eligible for CLE credit from the Oklahoma Bar Association.
Workshop materials will be available for registered attendees the morning of the workshop through the OSSBA member portal.
Online registration is available through the OSSBA member portal. For information or questions about the member portal, please contact Lisa Deaton by email with your name, district, and email address or call 888.528.3571.
Registration is $150 for members, $300 for non-members. Registrations are due on or before May 28. Notice of cancellation must be received in writing by the registration due date for a refund (less a $25 cancellation fee). No refunds will be offered after the due date. Registrations after the deadline (including on-site) are $175 ($350 for non-members).
OSSBA is concerned about the safety and well-being of attendees and will continue to follow any COVID-related guidelines in place by any relevant authority. Due to venue policy, masks will be required in all common areas of the building.