Michelle Hammond Basi was recognized by the Missouri Bar on December 16, 2011, for excellence in CLE presentation. Michelle was a featured presenter in the Missouri Bar CLE seminar on School Law on August 17, 2011. Recently, the materials Michelle prepared for the seminar were featured in the “Best of CLE Course Materials” section of the weekly Esq. Newsletter from the Missouri Bar.
Michelle Hammond Basi practices in the areas of school law, special education, school litigation, and labor and employment law. Michelle represents school districts throughout Missouri with respect to employment and termination matters, special education, Section 504, student discipline and student rights, civil rights, and church/state issues. Michelle has successfully represented school districts in student and employment matters before various federal and state courts and administrative agencies, including the EEOC, Missouri Commission on Human Rights, and the Office for Civil Rights. She is also a regular speaker at statewide and regional school law conferences.
The law firm of Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt, P.C. (the “Firm”), has one of the largest and most successful Missouri 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.
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