Walsh Gallegos attorneys know school law. That is what we do; every attorney, every day.
University of Texas School of Law (1997)
University of Texas-Austin (1994)
Licensed in the State of Texas
National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys
Texas Council of School Attorneys
State Bar of Texas, School Law & Employment Law Sections
Jennifer (Jenny) Hall has spent the entire twenty years of her career serving as General Counsel and Employment law counsel to multiple public school districts and private business clients around the state. Since earning her law degree she has assisted clients, including school boards, superintendents, and school administrators with a variety of governance, employment, and student law issues.
A frequent public speaker, Jenny has trained groups on various topics including: Procedures for Addressing Grievances; Effective Documentation for Personnel Decisions; Personnel Investigations; Interviews, References and Confidential Information; FMLA and ADA; and Sexual Harassment.
Jenny has also served as an adjunct professor teaching School Law at the University of Texas at Austin in the Cooperative Superintendency Doctoral program.
The daughter of a retired superintendent, Jenny believes in partnering with her clients to assist them in a personalized and proactive manner.
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