Careers in Education Law Panel


Careers in Education Law  

Tuesday, Nov. 17, 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

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Do you have a teaching background? Are interested in hearing about how attorneys are helping schools deal with the challenges of COVID, addressing the “school-to-prison” pipeline, protecting the rights of homeless youth and students with disabilities, and other important issues? Come hear from practicing attorneys who represent students, school systems, and the Maryland Department of Education in a wide variety of cases. Learn about education law and the paths to practicing in this area! Panelists include:  

  • Mark B. Martin, Esq., Law Offices of Mark B. Martin, P.A. 

  • Amanda White, Assistant Attorney General, Maryland Office of the Attorney General 

  • Monisha Cherayil, Public Justice Center 

  • Darnell Henderson, Associate Counsel, Baltimore City Public Schools 

This event is co-sponsored by the Society for Equity in Education (SEE) and the LCDO. 


Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request. Please contact to request an accommodation.

Please note that this event will be recorded (in part) for the purposes of accommodating a disability, for students who cannot attend, or for students who wish to review the content of the program. By attending this event, you understand that it will be recorded. Students who do not consent may turn off their camera and mute their microphone. Students are strongly encouraged to participate fully in order to gain the full benefit of the program. All recordings are for the sole use of UB Law students and may not be reproduced for any other purpose.


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