2022 PAPSA Conference to Again Feature Paul Stevens Memorial Legal Seminar

New Britain, PA – Three attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP will lead the legal discussion on special education and pupil services at the 44th Annual Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Service Administrators (PAPSA) conference on April 7-8, 2022. The theme of this year’s conference – to again be held virtually – is “The New Pupil Services Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together.”

Sharon W. Montanye, Thomas C. Warner and Jane M. Williams will update attendees on court decisions, regulations, and best practices, among other topics during the “Paul Stevens Memorial Legal Seminar,” an annual tradition at the conference. Sweet Stevens attorneys began the tradition of presenting at the conference as a tribute to the firm’s founder Paul Stevens. Stevens served as PAPSA’s legal advisor and conducted workshops on relevant issues up until his untimely death. PAPSA then established the seminar as an ongoing feature of the conference. It is typically held the as the closing session, spanning the entire second day of the event, and consistently earns top ratings from participants.

PAPSA is the only organization in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania specifically devoted to issues concerning pupil services programs in schools. Members of the organization have supervisory or administrative responsibility in fields such as counseling, health, psychology, home and school visitation, social work, special education, gifted education and student assistance.