Over the past two months, Thompson Coburn’s Higher Education Practice presented a four-part webinar series examining the U.S. Department of Education’s proposed borrow defense rule. We offered our thoughts regarding where the proposed framework may go beyond anything contemplated by Congress, fail to provide due process protections guaranteed under the law, or otherwise seem problematic.
If you missed a session, would like to view a session a second time, or would like to share the information with other members of your team, the recordings are now available free and on demand at the following location:
Here you’ll find the following four sessions from the series:
- The Proposed Borrower Defense Framework
- Proposed Changes to the Financial Responsibility Standards
- Proposed Elimination of Arbitration Clauses
- The Proposed Repayment Rate for Proprietary Schools
In addition, you can download a PDF of the slides from each presentation, which includes active hyperlinks to related resources.
Aaron Lacey is a partner in Thompson Coburn’s Higher Education practice, and editorial director of REGucation, the firm’s higher education blog. You can find Aaron on Twitter (@HigherEdCounsel) and LinkedIn, and reach him at (314) 552-6405 or firstname.lastname@example.org.