We are very pleased to announce that Jack Canna will be joining our firm in an “Of Counsel” position, effective August 1, 2019. Jack brings decades of experience representing school districts and other local governmental entities. Throughout his distinguished career, Jack has earned the respect of his clients and colleagues. The addition of Jack is […]
Posted on: Jul 31 2019
Courtney N. Stillman interviewed by national LRP Publication regarding restraint and seclusion.
Hauser, Izzo, Petrarca, Gleason & Stillman, LLC is pleased to announce that Jennifer K. Schwendener has joined the firm.
Hauser, Izzo, Petrarca, Gleason & Stillman, LLC is pleased to announce that Eric S. Grodsky has joined the firm.
Partner Courtney Stillman has been recognized again as a Leading Lawyer, Rising Star, and Super Lawyer (respectively) in the area of schools and education.
We are delighted to announce that attorney Courtney N. Stillman has become a partner at Hauser, Izzo, Petrarca, Gleason & Stillman, LLC.
A new legal resource guide, titled “Assistive Technology in Special Education: Identifying Student Needs, Responding to Parent Requests, and Other Compliance Issues,” has been published by LRP publications and is available for purchase at www.lrp.com.
Courtney Stillman has again been named an “Illinois Leading Lawyer” in the area of school law.
John Izzo is recognized in the October, 2012 issue of the Illinois Association of School Boards’ Policy Reference Education Subscription Service (PRESS) by for his contributions to the model policy revisions dealing with the Offset Program for debt recovery from the Office of the Illinois Comptroller.