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.
Chester Elementary and the Plumas Unified School District are presented with Signature level award.
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.
Lozano Smith, LLP, a leading California education and public agency law firm, is pleased to announce the firm's newest Partners who join 25 other Partners throughout the firm's nine statewide offices.
Antelope Meadows Elementary School and Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District are presented with Premier level award.
Lozano Smith Attorney Megan Macy was recently featured in an article from The San Diego Union Tribune
2016-2017 Associate Member of the Year
Lozano Smith attorneys partner with the California Special Districts Association for article on changes to the Brown Act.
Attorneys Trevin Sims and Darren Kameya contribute article to ACSA Leadership Magazine.
Lozano Smith attorney contributes to SI&A Cabinet Report article regarding Level III developer fees.