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As of March 31, 2014 F3's San Diego area office is relocating to Carlsbad. Our new address is 1525 Faraday, Suite 300, Carlsbad, CA 92008.


Peter Fagen, a founding partner of Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, has been named to the Associate Member Committee of the California Association of School Business Officials (CASBO).


F3 attorneys to speak to state's school business officials at CASBO Annual Conference in Sacramento on April 4, 2014. Kathy McKee, Lynn Murphy, and Kelley Owens will provide guidance on maximizing resources to support student achievement.


2014 ACSA Student Services Conference to feature F3 attorneys, including Jan Tomsky, Jonathan Read and Howard Fulfrost, January 15-17 in Monterey. Conference Schedule


We've moved in the Inland Empire. New location, larger offices and more attorneys to better serve area clients.


F3 Partner Peter Fagen selected as President-Elect of California Council of School Attorneys (CCSA), a nonprofit professional organization with membership comprised of attorneys who represent school districts in California.


CSBA Annual Conference to feature F3 attorneys presenting to board members from across the state. Topics include Common Core, Gender Identity, Affordable Care and Negotiations and others.


"Guide to Real Property" just published by F3 and California Association of School Business Officials (CASBO). This handy guidebook will help non-lawyers navigate the legal maze of acquiring and disposing of real property.


F3 Partner Melanie Petersen named one of San Diego County’s top Attorneys by the Daily Transcript.  Nominated by San Diego-based legal professionals, Ms. Petersen is regarded as one of public education’s most trusted and informed legal advisors.


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2013-14 Education Awards

Winners to be announced soon in 2013-14 Education Awards Contest.


CALSA selects the five winners to receive $1000 each in the fourth annual Why Education Matters essay contest: Winners include Monica Alvarez from the Santa Barbara Unified School District, Samuel Carrillo from the San Diego Unified School District, Isabelle Chen and Emma Knoeson, both from the Davis Joint Unified School District, and Evan Morter of the Ojai Unified School District.


CSBA awards Bakersfield City Elementary School District the 2012 the Going Green! Golden Bell.


We provide legal advice on all aspects of integrating green practices in all public school construction, maintenance, repair and operational practices. Learn more >