George Butler Presents on Special Needs Students

George Butler Teaches Seminar on Discipline of Students with Special Needs

10/28/2002
"LANSING, MICHIGAN, Dickinson Wright PLLC attorney George Butler will present a full-day seminar on ""Discipline of Students with Special Needs in Michigan"" on November 14 in Lansing. The seminar, presented by Lorman Education Services, is designed for special needs directors, superintendents, principals, guidance counselors, social workers, attorneys, and other professionals employed by the school system who work with special needs. Attendees will gain practical, current information on legal developments in special education due process, discipline of students, and liability issues. A manual covering these issues will be provided. Mr. Butler, a partner in Dickinson Wright's Detroit office, is a frequent lecturer and author of articles on education law topics. His practice focuses on education and school law, as well as real estate, construction law, and complex commercial litigation. The conference begins at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 14 at the Radisson Hotel in Lansing. Tuition is $249 per person. Registration information may be found online at www.lorman.com or by calling (715) 833-3959. Dickinson Wright, with offices in Detroit, Bloomfield Hills, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Washington D.C., has been a leader in the legal profession for 12 decades. IP Worldwide magazine recently named Dickinson Wright among the top law firms in the nation for legal representation in U.S. patent disputes. Corporate Board Member magazine recently recognized Dickinson Wright as one of Michigan's leading corporate"
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