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2019 School Law Part 1: General Education Online Rebroadcast

Total Credits: 2.0 MCLE, 2.0 Kansas Credit

Practice Area:
Education |  General Practice
Audio and Video
Access for 1 year(s) after program date.




This seminar is an online rebroadcast of a previously recorded program.  To participate, you listen and view online. 

Originally presented on October 30, 2019, by Tom SmithEdCounsel, LLC, Columbia and Jeffrey A. St. OmerMickes O’Toole, LLC, St. Louis

This two-part program will address both special education and general school law and is designed to provide important information for everyone connected with the operation and legal obligations of Missouri public schools. The program will include significant new developments in state and federal education laws, and will address key questions on policy, law, and practice that are of interest to school officials, staff, students, parents, and the attorneys who advise and represent them.

This program will specifically discuss:

  •  MOCAP and Virtual Education
  •  Sexual Misconduct and the New Statutory Requirements
  •  Update on Collective Bargaining in Public Schools
  •  Medical Marijuana in Schools
  •  Weapons in Schools
  •  Update on Transgender Students in Schools

Rebroadcast Moderator: Shawna M. BlighMissouri Department of Natural Resources, Jefferson City



Thomas Smith's Profile

Thomas Smith Related seminars and products:

Ed Counsel, LLC

Tom Smith is an attorney with the law firm of EdCounsel, LLC, whose practice is devoted solely to providing legal representation to public school districts. He received his B.S. degree from Truman State University and his J.D. from Mizzou. Prior to joining the EdCounsel team, Tom worked in a law firm focusing mainly on environmental and administrative law, but developed a deep interest in school law while assisting a local school district on a real estate purchase. With EdCounsel, he is able to focus all of his efforts on advising school leaders on the wide array of legal issues that arise in the school environment. He conducts training and presents on legal issues in the education community numerous times every year, and is a co-author of the “Legal Guide for Missouri School Leaders”, which is used by school administrators throughout the state.

Jeffrey St. Omer's Profile

Jeffrey St. Omer Related seminars and products:

Mickes O'Toole, LLC

During his career, Jeffrey A. St. Omer has represented a wide variety of education-related clients throughout the state of Missouri. For the past twelve years, Jeff has served as Chief Legal counsel for the St. Louis Public School District. Before his time with St. Louis Public Schools, he acted as the General Counsel for the Kansas City, MO School District.


Jeff’s experience includes advising and counseling over 100 Missouri K-12 public school districts and higher education institutions. His experience working with educational institutions includes negotiating labor agreements with the largest teachers union in Missouri; coordinating teacher and non-certified dismissal; coordinating district responses to student discipline matters; responding to teacher and student civil rights matters; conducting license revocation hearings before the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; and ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal legislation.

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