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Lorman Education Services Presents 'Section 504 Vs. The IDEA' Seminar on October 25, 2005

(PRWEB) September 21, 2005 -- Lorman Education
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 Services presents 'Section 504 Vs. The IDEA' seminar on October 25, 2005.

 “  Section 504 Vs. The IDEA  
This "Section 504 Vs. The IDEA" this seminar will provide you with a broad overview of Section 504 and will contrast its regulatory requirements with those of the IDEA.

As a professional employed by the public school
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 system, you must have a thorough understanding of both Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as well as the Individuals with Disabilities Education
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 Act (IDEA). While these laws overlap to a considerable degree, the requirements of Section 504 are less well known than those of IDEA. This seminar will provide you with a broad overview of Section 504 and will contrast its regulatory requirements with those of the IDEA. Discussions will also compare and contrast these two laws and examine key issues, including how to determine which students are protected, placement and planning issues, evaluations, litigation and regulatory enforcement. The seminar will conclude with a session for questions and answers.

Gayle Towne Murphy, Esq. has a private law practice focusing on the rights of children and individuals with disabilities. She also consults with and trains school district personnel, parents, attorneys and other professionals on topics related to the education of students with disabilities and disability law. Ms Murphy received a B.S. Ed. degree, summa cum laude, majoring in exceptional education and mental retardation, and an M.S. Ed. degree in exceptional education, and learning and behavioral disorders from Buffalo State College. She received her J.D. degree from the University at Buffalo Law School. Ms. Murphy is a certified teacher of special education and is currently an impartial hearing officer for the NYS Education Department.

Melinda R. Saran, Esq. is an attorney who is vice dean for student affairs at the University at Buffalo Law School. For 10 years prior, Ms. Saran was supervising attorney for the Special Education Law Clinic of the Law School’s Clinical Education Program (also known as the Legal Assistance Program). Before taking a position at the law school, Ms. Saran was an attorney at Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc. in the Disability Rights Unit. She received her B.A. and M.P.H. degrees from the University of Rochester and her J.D. degree from the University at Buffalo Law School. She has taught courses at the law school in special education law and practice, disability issues and the Americans with Disabilities Act. She is a frequent lecturer and trainer on education and disability issues for educators, attorneys, parents and other professionals. Ms. Saran currently chairs the committee on issues affecting people with disabilities of the New York State Bar Association.

Jeffrey J. Weiss, Esq. is a senior associate with Hodgson Russ LLP in their Buffalo office. He focuses his practice on education and employment law. Mr.Weiss received his B.A. degree from Binghamton University and his J.D.degree,cum laude, from SUNY at Buffalo School of Law. Mr. Weiss has extensive litigation and trial experience. He frequently represents school districts in administrative proceedings before impartial hearing officers. He also defends employers against claims filed with the United States Equal Employment opportunity Commission and the New York State Division of Human Rights. Before joining Hodgson Russ, Mr. Weiss served as an assistant corporation counsel in the New York City Law Department, General Litigation Division, here he represented the city of New York and municipal agencies against civil rights and employment discrimination claims in federal and state court. Mr.Weiss lectures frequently on topics in education law.

This one-day seminar is designed for principals, school counselors, special education directors, teachers, psychologists, social workers, board embers and attorneys.

To register for this event please click http://www.lorman.com/info/357621 or please call 866-352-9539 to speak with a Lorman Education customer service representative. Reference number for this event is 18189.


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