Elizabeth Troutman Presents at NCSBA Law Conference


Brooks Pierce partner Elizabeth Troutman recently presented, “The Ides of March Are All the Time: Preventing and Addressing School Liability for Bullying,” at the North Carolina School Boards Association’s (NCSBA) Spring Law Conference.

The virtual conference featured presentations on topics including the guidelines and best practices for using artificial intelligence, planning for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding cliff, complying with new requirements for school threat assessment teams, and more.

NCSBA is a professional organization that represents local boards of education in North Carolina. It is a member-driven association that supports school governance teams, school board members, superintendents, senior administrative staff and board assistants. NCSBA seeks to develop, communicate and advocate for the perspective of North Carolina school districts.

Troutman advises public school boards of education, private educational institutions, colleges and universities on a myriad of education issues, and litigates on behalf of educational institutions in state and federal courts. She also helps clients in a variety of industries navigate the complexities of human resources and employment law issues, including employment policies and employee separation.

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