The attorneys from WT have a vast amount of experience regarding in-service training for organizations in a variety of topical areas, including special education law, mental health and confidentiality, and juvenile criminal law.

WT represents a variety of education and mental health related organizations around the greater Chicago area, Cook County, Lake County, DuPage County, and other collar counties, and throughout northern Illinois.

Some of the organizations for which our firm has presented in-service training include: the Belleville Area Special Services Cooperative, the Chicago North Learning Disabilities Association, the Chicago Public Guardian’s Office, the Community Foundation for the Jewish Education of Metropolitan Chicago, the Illinois Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, the Jane Addams School of Social Work, the Arc of Illinois, the Illinois Council for Children with Behavior Disorders and the Four River Special Education Cooperative. WT also has made presentations for state and national organizations including National Business Institute, MEDS-PDN, and the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education offering professional CLE and CE credits. In addition, WT is an approved provider through the Illinois State Board of Education for CEU and CPDU credits for educational professionals.

Contact us through this Web site or by calling 847-564-8662 to discuss scheduling in-service training for your organization today.

The law firm of Whitted Takiff serves clients in Northbrook and throughout northern Illinois, in communities such as Chicago, Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, Waukegan, Woodstock, Belvidere, Geneva, Wheaton, Yorkville, Joliet, Skokie, Glenview, Highland Park, Buffalo Grove, and Evanston. Whitted Takiff also has served clients from out of state, including Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

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