On July 21, 2022, Stephanie M. Roebuck will present “Collective Bargaining – What Does it Look Like in 2022” at the New York State School Boards Association 2022 Summer Law Conference: New Obligations and Trending Issues for the 2022-23 School Year, in Albany, New York.
The 2022 Summer Law conference is a CLE, CTLE, and NYSSBA credit approved program and will discuss issues relevant to the operation of public schools, such as teacher shortages, new laws and regulations affecting public education, court and administrative decisions, increase in FOIL requests and collective bargaining in 2022. Registration is required.
Stephanie Roebuck represents numerous public school districts as General Counsel, Labor Counsel and Special Education Counsel in Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY. She regularly handles school litigation matters in both state and federal courts, appeals to the Commissioner of Education, impartial special education hearings under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Education Law, employee disciplinary proceedings pursuant to the Education Law and Civil Service Law and discrimination and/or retaliation claims before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and State Division of Human Rights. She also represents school districts and other municipalities with regard to labor relations from negotiation of labor contracts for all types of bargaining units to improper practice proceedings and arbitrations.