New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center | April 16 - 19, 2023


LRP’s National Institute is known as the leading source for best practices, compliance strategies and case updates impacting special education programs. The nation’s top legal experts come together to share their insights and guidance on dealing with the ever-changing landscape of special education law.

Why Attend LRP’s National Institute in 2023?

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More Than 35 Sessions in 6 Tailored Tracks

Get top-notch compliance and implementation strategies in tracks focused on the IDEA, Section 504, Behavior, Administration, Attorney Ethics and more. With many sessions being repeated, you’ll be able to learn about the topics that matter most to you.

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Pre- and Post-Conference Symposiums

Take advantage of the Institute’s extended-length symposiums on the first and last day of the conference for intensive exploration of your toughest challenges and the hottest topics in special education law and procedures.

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Expert Presenters

At the Institute, you’ll hear from leading attorneys, behavior experts, forward-thinking assistive technology leaders and special education practitioners who are all ready to share their insights and proven strategies.

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Unparalleled Networking With
Your Colleagues

It’s not every day that you can gather with special educators from across the country. Make long-lasting connections with your peers, chat with the expert presenters, meet LRP editors and interact directly with people who share your daily experiences and challenges.

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LRP’s National Institute Bookstore

Check out hundreds of LRP best-selling books, newsletters, Answer Books and more offering guidance and staff training. We’re constantly expanding and updating our library to ensure you and your team are current with evolving special education issues and compliance concerns.

LRP’s National Institute provides high quality, engaging speakers presenting on hot topics. This is by far my favorite conference for legal updates.”

Jera Pieper
Director of Special Education,
Franklin & Jefferson Counties
Special Education District 801, Benton, Ill.

“I really enjoyed getting to meet my special education colleagues from all across the country!”

Monique Davis
Instructional Specialist,
Vicksburg Warren School District, Miss.