Parent Training Webinars

 Our comprehensive parent training webinar series is designed to empower and educate parents on special education issues and advocacy. Our on-demand webinars provide invaluable insights and practical guidance, equipping parents with the knowledge and tools necessary to advocate effectively for their child's education. Led by a highly experienced special education attorney, each webinar delves into key topics, including individualized education programs (IEPs), 504 plans, inclusion, and parental rights.


Empower Your Advocacy: Parent Webinars

The Hull Firm LLC is proud to offer a suite of On-Demand Parent Training Webinars, meticulously designed to arm you with the legal knowledge and advocacy skills vital for championing your children's rights. Our comprehensive webinars delve into critical areas such as special education, navigating child protective services, and understanding the legal landscape within educational settings.

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What You'll Learn:

  • Special Education Advocacy: Learn the ins and outs of advocating for your child's special education needs, including navigating IEPs and 504 plans.
    • Child Protective Services: Demystify the processes of child protective services and arm yourself with knowledge to navigate these waters confidently.
    • Legal School Frameworks: Understand your rights and obligations within the school system, covering everything from disciplinary actions to educational equity.
    • Dispute Resolution: Master effective techniques for resolving disputes, ensuring your child's best interests are always at the forefront.

Why Choose On-Demand?

    • Flexibility: Access our webinars anytime, anywhere, fitting your learning into your busy schedule.
    • Expert Instruction: Gain insights from legal professionals with years of experience in family and educational law.
    • Engaging Content: Our webinars are not just lectures but interactive experiences designed to engage, inform, and empower.


About Attorney Nicole W. Hull 

Attorney Nicole Hull has a wide range of experience representing and litigating on behalf of families in education, special education, domestic, and child abuse and neglect cases.  Ms. Hull graduated cum laude from Mercer University with a dual degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice, and also the Walter F. George School of Law. 

Before founding The Hull Firm LLC in 2014, she gained valuable experience at the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government and through clerkships. Ms. Hull is appointed by the Georgia Supreme Court to the Commission on Dispute Resolution, where she serves as Co-Chair of the Training and Credentialing Committee and the Probate Court Sub-Committee. She mediates disputes for various entities, including the Georgia Department of Education and juvenile courts.

In addition to her litigation and mediation practice, Ms. Hull serves on the Clarke County School District's Board of Education, and is an adjunct professor for the Walter F. George School of Law and Brenau University. 

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