Amy Clendennen Presents at the 3rd Annual “Cybersummit” at Lindenwood University

Apr 1, 2009

Attorneys from Tueth Keeney often contribute their time and talents on a voluntary basis to educate and inform their colleagues. Tueth Keeney is proud of its commitment to the advising and educating of school professionals on the complex and every changing legal issues facing public schools. Tueth Keeney attorney Amy Clendennen shared her expertise at the 3rd Annual “Cybersummit” hosted by CHARACTERplus, a project of Cooperating School Districts.

The conference was held at Lindenwood University on April 1, 2009. The conference is focused on identifying and preventing cyberbullying among middle and high school students. Amy presented a breakout session titled “What the Law Is and How It Got There”.

Amy E. Clendennen practices primarily in the areas of education, litigation, labor and employment law. Amy has extensive experience advising employers on human relations and labor policies. She has litigated claims in state and federal courts in Missouri, Illinois, California, and New York. Amy has also represented clients in administrative proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, the Missouri Human Rights Commission and the Illinois Department of Human Rights.

Missouri Education – The law firm of Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt P.C. has one of the largest and most successful education law groups in the country. The Firm regularly serves the legal counsel needs of approximately 150 school districts throughout Missouri. The Firm also has one of the largest school law practices in Central and Southern Illinois.