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Introducing!

The LEGAL ONE Podcast

In collaboration with NJPTA.

Available in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify.  New episodes every Monday.

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Episode 1: Student Due Process Rights and Goss v. Lopez

Season 1, Episode 1 - Listen to the preview

About The LEGAL ONE Podcast

How can you understand your legal rights and responsibilities? Especially with limited time, laws that are constantly evolving, and the fact that you are always on the move? Whether you are a parent, teacher, school leader, college student or just have an interest in school law, the LEGAL ONE Podcast provides a great option for you.

As the leading provider of school law training, the LEGAL ONE team of school law experts is pleased to offer the LEGAL ONE Podcast, a weekly podcast that helps you understand complex legal issues through 20 to 30 minute episodes. Each episode will be hosted by a LEGAL ONE attorney, include information on recent developments in school law and provide tips for promoting collaboration between parents and schools.

For those with an interest in specific topics, the Podcast will include series of episodes that focus on specific aspects of school law, such as landmark Supreme Court decisions, landmark legislation, special education, First Amendment rights, addressing bullying and other student behavior, and discrimination law. The format will include legal analysis and commentary, interviews with key stakeholders and tips for how to learn more about particular topics.

Latest Episode

Student Due Process Rights and Goss v. Lopez

Presenters – David Nash, Esq., LEGAL ONE Director, Rebecca Gold, LEGAL ONE Consultant, and Cathy Lindenbaum, NJPTA President

The inaugural episode of the LEGAL ONE Podcast will provide a brief overview of the Podcast, then review student and parent due process rights prior to discipline being imposed in light of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Goss v. Lopez. Listeners will also learn about recent developments impacting due process rights, and how to address discipline issues that might arise while students are learning remotely. Finally, the episode will include a discussion about the importance of schools and parents working together on setting clear expectations for student behavior and getting to the root causes when misbehavior occurs.

Season 1, Episode 1    |    23min

Upcoming Episodes

3/8 – The Duty to Protect Students from Foreseeable Danger and Frugis v. Bracigliano
David Nash, NJPTA Representative
3/15 – Supervising Students and Ensuring Safe Dismissal and Jerkins v. Anderson
David Nash, NJPTA Representative
3/22 – Student Search and Seizure and T.L.O.
Michael Kaelber, NJPTA Representative
3/29 – Student First Amendment Rights and Tinker v. Des Moines
Sandra Jacques, NJPTA Representative
4/5  – Staff First Amendment Rights and Pickering
Sandra Jacques, NJPTA Representative
4/12 – Analyzing Discrimination Claims and McDonnell Douglas
Sandra Jacques, John Worthington, NJPTA Representative
4/19 – Protecting Students from Bullying/Discrimination and L.W. v. Toms River
Michael Kaelber, David Nash, NJPTA Representative
4/26 – Ensuring a Free Appropriate Public Education for Students with Disabilities and Endrew F
John Worthington, Geta Vogel, NJPTA Representative
5/3 – Overcoming Barriers to Student Access and Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools
John Worthington, Geta Vogel, NJPTA Representative
5/10 –  Ensuring the Rights of English Language Learners, and Plyler v. Doe
David Nash, NJPTA Representative
5/17 – Title,IX, Protecting Against Retaliation Claims and Jackson v. Birmingham Public Schools
Sandra Jacques, NJPTA Representative

Meet The Hosts

David Nash, Esq.

David Nash, Esq.

Michael F. Kaelber, Esq.

Michael F. Kaelber, Esq.

Sandra L. Jacques, Esq.

Sandra L. Jacques, Esq.

John Worthington

John Worthington

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Available in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify.

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