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Supporting Leadership in Legal Advocacy for Public Schools

The Council of School Attorneys (COSA) supports school attorneys in their representation of public school boards by providing leadership in legal advocacy for public schools.

COSA provides a national forum for the discussion of legal issues and problems encountered by school attorneys in providing legal counsel, advice, and representation to school boards and school boards associations. It also promotes and helps develop a closer relationship and better understanding between school attorneys and their clients, school boards and school boards associations.

The Council provides information and practical assistance to more than 3,000 attorneys representing K-12 public school districts and state school boards associations.

COSA is inviting nominations for candidates for its Board of Directors. If you or a colleague are an active and dedicated COSA member interested in service on the COSA Board of Directors, please fill out the nomination form. The deadline for nominations is February 5, 2021.