LANCASTER — The California School Boards Association sent a cease-and-desist letter on Wednesday to attorney John W. Harris after CSBA management learned Harris, the $400-an-hour attorney hired by Antelope Valley Union High School District’s governing Board majority, misrepresented himself and his firm Harris & Associates’ educational credentials on their website.

Harris’ website represented that the firm’s “attorneys are participating members in many school-related professional organizations, including the Coalition for Adequate School Housing, California Association of School Business Officials, California Council of School Attorneys, and the California and National School Boards Association.”

According to a letter by CSBA General Counsel Kathryn Meola, “(a) search of our records has revealed no indication of your membership or participation, past or present, or of

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