The CCSA Annual Meeting is a members-only, MCLE-approved program providing up-to-date information and materials that are designed for lawyers and tailored to the practice of school law. This annual two-day workshop provides a combination of plenary sessions on matters of general interest to school attorneys, and break-out sessions that cover areas of specialized expertise such as special education, facilities and labor relations. Don’t miss this opportunity to earn MCLE credits.
Registration for the CCSA Annual Workshop does not include access to CSBA AEC-related events.
Please be sure to review the 2021 Annual Workshop Registration and Cancellation Matters Notice before registering for the program.
Please note that CCSA Workshops are members-only events. Online CCSA non-member pricing for the CCSA Annual Workshop includes event registration and a non-refundable CCSA Regular Membership fee ($165). To become a CCSA member, you must 1) pay dues; 2) represent a California School Boards Association (CSBA) member or be an individual in a non-attorney position and hold an active license to practice law at any CSBA or CCLC member district; and 3) avoid representing a party whose interests are adverse to a California public school district.