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Boardman Clark School Law Seminar is Virtual This Year on November 18th

After being sidelined by COVID-19 last year, we thought we would be back in person this year. However, we are exercising an abundance of caution and are holding our 20th Annual School Law Seminar as a Webinar. This is a complimentary Seminar for our clients and friends.

The Seminar will be presented in a dual-track format and features eight different topics and then capped off by a Q&A session with a panel of Boardman Clark School Law attorneys. Each session will be recorded and will be shared with registered attendees after the Seminar’s completion.

Learn more about the topics and how to register here.

Boardman Clark Attorneys Named to Best Lawyer List

Nineteen Boardman Clark attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2022 Edition of the Best Lawyers in America©, spanning numerous practice areas. In the area of Education Law, Attorneys Eileen Brownlee and Mike Julka were named to the List; in the area of Employment Law – Management, Attorneys Mike Julka, Eileen Brownlee, and Jennifer Mirus were named to the List; in the area of Labor Law – Management, Attorney Mike Julka was named to the List; and, in the area of Real Estate Law, Bill Fahey was named to the List. In addition, Jennifer Mirus was named Lawyer of the Year in the Employment Law — Management area for Madison. Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer review, using the methodology designed to identify the consensus opinion of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues. You can see the full list of recognized Boardman Clark attorneys and read more about the Best Lawyers methodology on our website.

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