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West Virginia University College of Law professor Joshua Weishart recently spoke as a panelist at the inaugural William Hubbard Conference on Law & Education. The conference was hosted at the University of South Carolina School of Law by the South Caroline Law Review and the American Bar Foundation on February 25, 2022.
Profesor Weishart joined other leading experts in education law on a panel titled "Privatization and the Stability of Public Education". Panelists discussed topics including school choice, public education funding, and the right to education.
West Virginia University College of Law Professor Joshua Weishart recently presented at the National Education Finance Academy Annual Conference. The conference was held virtually on April 6-9, 2021. Professor Weishart's session was titled "IEPs for All: Democratic, Equitable, & Respectful Remedy".
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West Virginia University College of Law Professor Joshua Weishart recently spoke at two events on the topic of education as a constitutional right. First, on September 29, 2020, Professor Weishart participated in a panel discussion during the Cardozo Law Review Symposium, "Fault Lines in the Constitution". The panel, titled "Sources of Affirmative Rights" is available to view online: https://larc.cardozo.yu.edu/floersheimer-recordings/2/
Second, Professor Weishart spoke on one of two panels hosted by the University of Virginia School of Law to discuss the issues raised in a new book authored by UVA Law professor Kimberly Jenkins Robinson, “A Federal Right to Education: Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy.” Professor Weishart joined other experts in the area of education law. The event took place on November 9, 2020 and the discussion can be viewed online: