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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Lozano Smith is proud to partner with CASBO in a number of workshops listed in their Professional Development Catalog.

Join us at locations throughout the state on a number of topics

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Governor Signs Bills Regarding Mandated Reporting and Interdistrict Attendance

Attorneys Thomas Manniello and Maryn Oyoung's recent article was published in the September/October SSDA Newsletter.

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Attorney Michael Smith to present at the CCSA 2014 Fall Workshop in San Diego

The Vergara Case: Teacher Terminations and Layoffs - Now What?

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Lozano Smith Attorneys Recognized with Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Selections

Press Release

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How and Why to Budget for Deferred Maintenance in the World of LCFF

Harold Freiman joins a CASBO panel to discuss the critical role of deferred maintenance in the new world of the LCFF and LCAP.

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CALSA partners with Lozano Smith for its Summer Institute.

Lozano Smith will be presenting on student electronic media issues and how electronic communications fit with open government.

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Join us on Wednesday for the latest CSBA Legal Update Webcast

Lozano Smith Attorney Thomas Gauthier will be presenting as part of the 2014 Education Insights: Legal Update Webcast

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Join us in Lemoore, CA for the CASCWA Annual Conference. Lozano Smith Attorneys will be presenting 3 workshops tomorrow. Click here for more details.

2014 CASCWA State Conference - May 7-9 - Tachi Hotel Resort, Lemoore, CA

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Lozano Smith attorneys featured in Cabinet Report regarding "Appeal court upholds student's involuntary transfer.

A state court of appeal has upheld a school district's right to

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