South-Central School Law Conference

February 28, 2017 8:30AM–February 28, 2017 3:45PM
Crossings Christian School, 14400 North Portland, Oklahoma City, OK 73134

Human Resources and Employment Law Practices in Christian Schools

Thomas J. Cathey, EdD, ACSI Director for Legal Legislative Issues will cover all areas of Human Resource and Employment Law.  This includes all the processes, especially the hiring and firing process.  We will discuss the application, interview and contract process and how to do it legally.  We will discuss Federal Laws, IRS regulations and Court cases that impact the Human Resource Process.  This six hour enabler includes a electronic 500 page notebook with many useable resources.


Registration  8:30 AM
Conference   8:45 AM–3:45 PM 

$119 per attendee (includes lunch and School Law Manual)
$65 per additional attendee from same school (no manual)


Holiday Inn Express and Suites, OKC, NW Quail Springs
3520 NW 135th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73120

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