Founded in 1982, the North Carolina Council of School Attorneys was formed to support school board attorneys in their efforts to advise and represent their local board of education clients.
NCCOSA offers school board attorneys access to a wealth of information on the dynamic world of school law in the form of law conferences, legal publications and advice from fellow attorneys on the NCCOSA listserv. Membership opens doors to everything a school board attorney needs to advise their client boards of education in effectively serving North Carolina’s students.
NCCOSA is an affiliate organization of the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA), with its principal office in Raleigh, NC at the NCSBA headquarters.
For additional information about NCCOSA and NCCOSA activities, contact Debbie Shinbara, legal assistant, at email@example.com.
Stay tuned for registration information for the 2019 NCCOSA Summer Law Conference.