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March 28, 2017
Check Out Jim Walsh’s Article

Jim Walsh’s article, “Restorative Discipline Nurtures Positive Behaviors” was published in this month’s issue of TASB’s Lone Star Magazine:

http://www.texaslonestaronline.org/texaslonestar/march_2017?pg=19#pg19

February 27, 2017
TASB Winter Governance Conference: March 3, 2017

TASB Winter Governance Conference!  We will be at the TASB Winter Governance Conference in Corpus Christi on March 2-4.  Robb Decker and Christine Badillo will present “Community Speech – How Should We Respond?” on Friday, March 3rd from 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. and Paula Maddox Roalson will be moderating the Student Voices Panel on Friday, March 3rd  from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. 

February 27, 2017
Our Houston Office Has Moved!

Our Houston Office has moved!  We haven't going far though!  

 

We are remaining at 10375 Richmond Avenue but we have moved up to Suite 1357.  We’d love for you to stop by and see our new space!

January 30, 2017
TASA Midwinter 2017 Client Appreciation Reception

We are looking forward to seeing you at the annual Midwinter Conference in Austin!
 
We hope you will join us Tuesday evening, January 31st, at our client appreciation reception at Fleming’s at 320 E. 2nd Street in Austin from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. Everyone attending the Conference from your District is welcome to stop by!  Bring your conference badge to avoid the line at the door.
 
You won’t want to miss the session by Craig Wood and Ann Mewhinney on “What Superintendents Need to Know about Special Education and Section 504”.  It will be in Room 12A from 2:15 – 3:15 pm on Tuesday, January 31. 

January 17, 2017
Human Resources Symposium: Documentation Makes the Difference

Human resources professionals know clear communication matters. But do you recognize documentation as an essential communications tool? Join us to find out how you can improve documentation to drive human resources success.

 

Human resources objectives can be quickly derailed by a lack of quality, legally required documentation. As the need for documentation permeates nearly every aspect of human resources, it is critical for administrators and supervisors to develop documentation skills.

 

Walsh Gallegos’ 9th annual HR Symposium focuses on effective documentation for the day-to-day business of human resources. Led by experienced school lawyers, the session will hone your ability to identify common documentation needs and to apply realistic legal strategies.

 

HR professionals and campus administrators alike will gain foundational knowledge of documentation best practices as well as key strategies for common documentation challenges. Experienced school lawyers will share legal and practical perspectives in areas such as:

 

•    Personnel investigations and reporting
•    Employee work performance evaluation
•    Ultimate employment decision support

 

This year, your registration includes a not-to-be-missed interactive lunch panel. Walsh Gallegos attorneys will discuss real-world documentation scenarios and offer best practice suggestions with participation from the audience.

 

February 6: Region 10/11
February 7: Region 12
February 7: Region 4
February 8: Region 20
February 9: Region 2 February 9: Region 15
February 14: Region 6
February 14: Region 1
February 15: Region 3
March 6: Region 13

 

Workshops are from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and include an interactive lunch panel from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.  The cost is just $150 per District for up to three attendees and includes a box lunch.   To register online and for further information on locations visit our website at www.WalshGallegos.com.

For further information about the law firm: contact Diana Stangl at 512-454-6864 at the firm's principal office in Austin, Texas