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Sandi Pearson Tarski has been a longtime advocate for public schools. Her work began with service as a school board member in her community from 2000 to 2006. She then served as a TEA Hearing Examiner from 2007 to 2009, resigning that position to join the Irving office of Walsh Gallegos.
Sandi represents school districts in administrative hearings and litigation, governance, employment law, and student discipline. She also provides training to school district employees and Board members on legal issues including personnel and student matters.
Sandi has practiced law since 1986. In 30 years of practice, she has handled a wide variety of legal matters with an emphasis on civil litigation. Her experience includes family law, probate and estate planning, personal injury, and wrongful death claims.
A native Texan who grew up in the Dallas Fort Worth area, Sandi is a board member for her local Education Leadership Foundation, an organization that raises funds to provide scholarships for high school graduates.
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