The 46th Annual School Law Forum was held on Oct. 27 at Workshop 2016, and attracted about 250 attorneys, school board members and school administrators.
The 46th Annual School Law Forum was held on Oct. 27 at Workshop 2016, and attracted about 250 attorneys, school board members and school administrators. This year the New Jersey Association of School Attorneys presented the Russell Weiss Jr. Distinguished Service Award to three recipients. The recipients were Anthony Sciarrillo, a current practitioner with Sciarrillo, Cornell, Merlino, McKeever & Osborne; and two pioneers in the field of school law in New Jersey, Jacob Green and  the late Samuel Donio.  Accepting the award for Jacob Green, who was unable to attend, was son Paul Green, an attorney with Schenck, Price, Smith & King; accepting for Samuel Donio was son William Donio, an attorney with Cooper Levenson. Left to right in photo: William Donio, Anthony Sciarrillo, and Paul Green.
Attorneys who presented at the program included (left to right): Sanford D. Brown; Michael Kaelber, NJSBA director of legal and labor relations services; Cherie Adam of Adams, Gutierrez & Lattiboudere; Joseph Roselle of Schenck, Price, Smith & King; Hope Blackburn of Jersey City Public Schools; Brenda Liss or Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti; Patrick Duncan, NJSBA manager of labor relations; Bryant Lawrence Horsley Jr. of Camden city School District; and David B. Rubin.
Attorneys who presented at the program included (left to right): Sanford D. Brown; Michael Kaelber, NJSBA director of legal and labor relations services; Cherie Adams of Adams, Gutierrez & Lattiboudere; Joseph Roselle of Schenck, Price, Smith & King; Hope Blackburn of Jersey City Public Schools; Brenda Liss of Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti; Patrick Duncan, NJSBA manager of labor relations; Bryant Lawrence Horsley Jr. of Camden City School District; and David B. Rubin.
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