Seth Tipton & Caitlin Pletcher Speak at New Jersey School Boards Association Spring Education Symposium

Posted May 7, 2021

  • Seth Tipton & Caitlin Pletcher Speak at New Jersey School Boards Association Spring Education Symposium

On Thursday, May 13, 2021, at 1:00 PM, Seth Tipton and Caitlin Pletcher, Partners with Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton and Taylor LLC, are speaking at the New Jersey School Boards Association virtual Spring Education Symposium. Their presentation Legalized Marijuana: What Does It Mean for School Districts? – will cover an overview of the legislative history and recent changes to New Jersey laws governing adult-use cannabis and lawful sales. They will address school districts’ considerations and legal authority regarding their employees and students and when the new laws are expected to go into effect. For more information, or to register, please click here.

Tipton is Chair of the Firm’s Cannabis Law Group and co-Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Cannabis Law Special Committee. Pletcher is a Partner in the Firm’s Education Law Group and a former lawyer with the New Jersey Department of Education.

New Jersey School Boards Association’s virtual Spring Education Symposium is taking place May 12 – 13, 2021. This new event will feature more than 40 sessions running concurrently over eight tracks on topics including cyber/school security, school law, finance, special education, and educational practices. The conference will also be available (on-demand) to registrants for 30 days following the live show so participants can access all sessions. This comprehensive and interactive program will provide training and networking opportunities for board members, superintendents, business administrators, IT directors, facilities managers, curriculum directors, charter school trustees, and other New Jersey school leaders.

 

Latest News | Florio Perrucci Welcomes New Attorney – John Malchow

Our Office Locations

Our offices are strategically located throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York.