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Attorney Kevin J. Terry Elected to Wisconsin School Attorneys Association

Posted on October 13, 2014

October 13, 2014 - Ruder Ware is pleased to announce the appointment of Attorney Kevin J.T. Terry to the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin School Attorneys Association (WSAA) effective October 3, 2014. He will serve a four-year term.

Kevin has concentrated his practice on working with employers in both the public and private sectors. As legal counsel for many school districts in northern and central Wisconsin, he works directly with school boards on issues such as open meetings and public records law. Additionally, Kevin advises school boards and administrators on labor and employment concerns, student expulsions, and other matters affecting Wisconsin schools in the post-Act 10 world.

The Wisconsin School Attorneys Association (WSAA) is a 104-member organization of attorneys representing school boards on an attorney-client basis. WSAA was created to assist and facilitate the exchange of information among attorneys practicing school law in the State of Wisconsin. The members of the WSAA are attorneys serving as legal counsel for members of the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB); since 1971 the organizations have worked closely together. The WSAA does not get involved with legislative advocacy and is not registered to lobby.