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Texas Association of School Administrators   |   Texas Association of School Boards
TASA/TASB Convention
October 2–4, 2020 Kay Bailey Hutchison
Convention Center

Council of School Attorneys FAQs

Do I need to register as an attendee for txEDCON to attend the CSA spotlight sessions on Saturday or the CSA meeting and CLE on Sunday?

Yes, you must be fully registered as an attendee.

If I have been accepted to be a presenter at txEDCON, do I need to register as an attendee?

Yes; however, CLE presenters will be given a promo code.  

My firm is an exhibitor and I will have an exhibitor badge. Is that sufficient to attend any of the meetings?

No, an exhibitor badge is only sufficient to attend the exhibit hall and the three general sessions. If you would like to attend any of the breakout sessions, which does include CSA meetings, you must be registered as an attendee.

How do I get CLE credit?

For the Saturday sessions, we will provide you with an approved CLE credit number for each attorney to enter at texasbar.com. On Sunday, in addition to providing you approved CLE credit numbers, we will also provide a form that you can fill out and we will enter the information for you.

How do I know if I am a CSA member?

Please contact Annette Moseley annette.moseley@tasb.org or 800.580.5345 and she will be able to tell you your membership status.

If I am not a CSA member, can I still attend the CLE “CSA Spotlight Session”?

Yes, you may still attend the “CSA Spotlight Session” presentations on Saturday and even receive CLE credit. However, you cannot attend the CSA meeting and CLE on Sunday.

What do I do if I am not a CSA member?

Not a member? Fill out this application.

If you have any questions about the Council of School Atorneys or your CSA membership, please call 800.580.5345.