Julie Weatherly, Esq.
This Section 504 legal conference features Julie Weatherly, Esq., and is designed to provide learning opportunities to strengthen and grow the leaders in the field. Take advantage of both the basic and advanced sessions on this topic to stretch your Section 504 knowledge and processes. 
The surge of activity from the Office for Civil Rights and the anticipated release of proposed 504 regulations have the potential to significantly impact 504 practices. Make plans for your administrative team to attend this event that will impact 504 procedures in your district!
Basics Training: Foundational review of anticipated new 504 regulations
Advanced Training: New hot topics and hypotheticals! Scenario-based...what would you do?
Basics Training              Advanced Training
June 10, 2024     June 11, 2024
1:00 pm-4:00 pm (CT)     9:00 am-4:00 pm (CT)
$250 CASE Member     $350 CASE Member
$350 Non-CASE Member     $450 Non-CASE Member
$225 Group Rate (per person for 3 or more)     $315 Group Rate (per person for 3 or more)
$500 CASE Members
$750 Non-CASE Members
$450 Group Rate (Per Person for groups of 3 or more)
     Individual Registrations Here    
Group Registration (Per Person for groups of 3 or more)
Please note: Individual registrations are to be paid by credit card only at the time of registration. Purchase Orders are only accepted if you register a group of 10 or more; please email Debbi Magnifico, [email protected], for the procedure to submit a purchase order.
Refund requests (less 25% administrative fee) will be honored if the request is received in writing or by email.  Requests must be received one month before the event date, or no refund will be afforded.  
Julie J. Weatherly, Esq. is the owner of Resolutions in Special Education, Inc., a special education law and consulting firm in Alabama. Julie is a member of the State Bars of Alabama and Georgia and for more than 36 years has provided consultation and legal representation to school agencies across the country in the area of educating students with disabilities. Julie has been a member of the faculty for many national and state legal institutes and is a frequent speaker at special education law conferences. Julie has developed a number of training programs that support special education legal compliance and has been published nationally as a part of her trainings, workshops, and seminars. In June of 1996, Julie appeared on the CBS news program "60 Minutes" to discuss the cost of meeting the legal requirements of IDEA. In 1998, she was honored by Georgia's CEC as the Individual who had Contributed Most to Students with Disabilities, and in April 2012, Julie received the Award for Outstanding Service from CASE.