Tueth Keeney attorney Celynda Brasher was a presenter at the 2007 Midwest Education Technology Conference that took place over three days in February. The conference, held at the Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet, took place on February 26th, 27th and 28th.
Celynda’s presentation titled, Technology in the Schools: Policy, Privacy, and Practical Issues for Teachers, IT and Others, guided attendees on the creation of appropriate policies, stressed the importance of the knowledge of the law and touched upon current and developing issues. The conference has approximately 1200 educators in attendance.
Celynda L. Brasher practices in the areas of education, labor and employment law. She represents school districts in employment and termination matters, student rights and discipline, special education, school finance, civil rights, contracts, church/state issues, and Hancock Amendment challenges. She represents public and private employers in discrimination defense, union organization, unemployment compensation, wage/hour compliance and terminations. Celynda has litigation experience in state and federal courts and administrative agencies.
Missouri Education – The law firm of Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt, P.C. (the “Firm”), 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.