Texas School Law Blog
August 13, 2014 By Jim Walsh, Attorney at Law Walsh, Anderson, Gallegos, Green & Treviño, P.C.
Two weeks before the school board election, the board gave the superintendent a pay raise and extended his contract to a full five years. Then the board election happened, and everything changed. Four new board members were elected, defeating incumbents decisively. Change was in the air. This … [Read More...]
The Bullying Law Blog
March 4, 2014 By Jennifer Childress - Editor of the Legal Digest
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals last week issued an extremely important decision in Estate of Montana Lance v. Lewisville ISD, a high-profile case that has received national media attention. The … [Read More...]