“Everything presented was either fresh and new or an enhancement of what I already knew. The overall presentation was fabulous, interesting, and information-filled.”  

Beth Solomon

“My school district purchased a 500 participant subscription for the Suicide Prevention, Signs Matter Program, and I must say it was the best, cost-smart, and assured way to meet the mandate of getting our professional, staff, and involved stakeholders trained and assessed.”

Conchita Spencer, Ed.D.

“So much packed into one day. Mind blowing!”
Michael Piacenza

“It was an excellent presentation – so much information packed into this training. I learned a lot.”
Lynne Hallanan

“This training provided a realistic and timely glimpse into the tenure arbitration progress. The experience today will provide me with valuable tools and insights into these critical personnel matters.” 

Jennifer Sharp

“LEGAL ONE offered a course that shared up-to-date legislative decisions related to many areas regarding the rights of students and staff.  It was very thorough and also provided time for administrators to discuss realistic scenarios and how the laws apply. Well done!”

Sherry Krial, 6th grade teacher, Readington Middle School, Readington

“Our workshop on Student Safety for General Education and Special Needs Students was both educational and enjoyable.”

Eva Cetrullo, Director of Student Personnel Services, Camden County Technical Schools, Gloucester

“LEGAL ONE is the best professional development program our administrators have ever received. It is practical, interactive, and comprehensive. I have no doubt it will enhance the ability of our administrators to address difficult legal issues. As a superintendent of schools, I can think of no better way to invest our resources than LEGAL ONE.”

Charles M. Earling, Superintendent for Monroe Township School District in Gloucester County

“Every administrator confronts issues every day which require some knowledge of the law. The LEGAL ONE training focused on those issues we face most often and, through case studies, analysis and discussion, showed us how to deal with these issues effectively (and legally!).”

Ann-Maria Guevara, Principal, Crest Memorial School, Wildwood Crest School District