Testimonials

Comments from ALJs and HOs who have attended past conferences.

    “Excellent seminar. As invaluable as the speakers and materials were, the interchange between the hearing officers and ALJS as to what different jurisdictions were doing on areas of mutual concern was more valuable."—Nevada Hearing Officer

    “This was an excellent conference, packed with information and expert interpretation of and advice on the law." —North Carolina ALJ

    “Best training program I've attended in over 13 years in doing special education due process hearings." —Anonymous

    “I will recommend this conference for all of our due process hearing officers. The speakers are excellent and the dual focus on legal/procedural issues and substantive questions will meet all of their training needs." —Anonymous

    “This is without question the best IDEA seminar in the country. We will return again next year. Thank you for an excellent program.” —Georgia ALJ

    “I’ve been a HO for 14 years. This is the best CLE for special ed hearing officers and ALJs I have ever been to.” —Texas Hearing Officer

    “Marvelous facility! Excellent presenters! Interesting participants! Useful information! Wonderfully written materials! One of the best ALJ meetings I’ve ever attended. I will return.” —Tennessee Hearing Officer

    “After attending a number of legal conferences aimed at Hearing Officers and IDEA, I found this conference to be the most comprehensive in providing relevant, essential, and meaningful topics to hearing officers.” —Kentucky Hearing Officer

    “The program was incredibly helpful. The written material, a BONUS! The presentation by plaintiff (the child) and opposing counsel (school district) was particularly poignant and engaging.” —Maryland ALJ

    “Excellent seminar. As invaluable as the speakers and materials were, the interchange between the hearing officers and ALJs as to what different jurisdictions were doing on areas of mutual concern were more valuable.” —Nevada Hearing Officer

    “This was an excellent conference, packed with information and expert interpretation of and advice on the law.” —North Carolina ALJ

*As quasi-judicial officers, registrants were uncomfortable with providing testimonials by name.

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