Lozano Smith attorneys regularly serve as key contributors and media sources for leading publications and associations. This streamlined news feed features the latest articles, webcasts and firm announcements that impact clients throughout the year.

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CASBO Partner Webinar: Lozano Smith Presents Proposition 64 - The Impact of Marijuana Legalization on Schools

Lozano Smith Attorney Lee Burdick to present CASBO Partner Webinar on Proposition 64

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SSDA Newsletter: Public Agency Notification Requirements Under the Information Practices Act

Lozano Smith Attorneys Devon Lincoln & Ellen Denham publish article in SSDA Newsletter.

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CSBA Legal Alert: Tips for Governing Boards in Response to Public Records Act Ruling on Electronic Communications

Lozano Smith contributes to CSBA's recent Legal Alert

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ACSA EdCal: Court ruling impacts Public Records Act

Lozano Smith Attorney Harold Freiman was recently featured in an ACSA EdCal article

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CSBA Legal Update Webcast: Charter school accountability and oversight

Lozano Smith Attorney Edward Sklar was a featured panelist for CSBA Legal Update Webcast

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Cabinet Report: Federal rule dispute is a key element in transgender case

Lozano Smith Attorney Sloan Simmons was recently featured in a Cabinet Report article

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Lozano Smith Foundation Presents Bullying Prevention Program Award to Albany USD

Albany Middle School and the Albany Unified School District are presented with Signature level award.

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Lozano Smith Foundation Presents Bullying Prevention Program Award to Plumas USD

Chester Elementary and the Plumas Unified School District are presented with Signature level award.

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EdSource: Court ruling will hinder some charter schools' right to cross district borders

The California Supreme Court has let stand a 2016 appeals court decision that will restrict some charter schools’ ability to expand and jeopardize the status of an estimated 38,000 students studying under charter school arrangements that the appeals court declared illegal.

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