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Welcome to LAPCS’ 10th Anniversary Celebration at the Louisiana Charter Schools Conference! Use this site to browse our sessions, speakers, and make your own schedule. Questions? Email us at info@lacharterschools.org
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Wednesday, December 13 • 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Welcome & Awards Reception

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Moderators
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Michelle Craig

Co-Founder | Chief Litigation and Labor & Employment Counsel, Transcendent Legal
Michelle D. Craig serves as Co-Founder and Chief Litigation and Labor & Employment Counsel of Transcendent Legal, a newly formed law firm and Co-Founder of Prosquire, a legal project management software. With over 13 years of Am200 law firm experience, she was a partner with Adams... Read More →

Speakers
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Preston Castille

Partner, Taylor Porter
I am a partner at the Taylor Porter law firm and member of the management board of MSI Global International, a network of 250 law and accounting firms in more than 100 countries. I’m also Board Chairman for New Schools for Baton Rouge and National President of the Southern University... Read More →
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Caroline Roemer

Executive Director, Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools
Caroline Roemer has more than 20 years of experience organizing, developing and managing corporate and political communications strategies and public policy initiatives with an emphasis on message development and coalition building. Born and raised in Bossier City, Louisiana, Caroline... Read More →

Sponsors
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Transcendent Law Group

Transcendent Legal is the law firm for the modern educational landscape. Our team has a long history of working with educational institutions, including charter schools, school boards, and universities. Our attorneys are heavily involved in the charter school movement and frequently... Read More →