Thompson Coburn’s Higher Education Practice is pleased to announce that the next entry in its Higher Education Webinar Series will explore best practices and risk considerations relating to summer camps on campus. On November 10th, the Practice will offer a 90-minute presentation that will begin with a discussion of the two most common arrangements for camps at institutions of higher education -- the institution sponsoring the camp or the institution leasing space to a third party -- and the benefits and risks to each approach. The webinar then will turn to a discussion of compliance risks and best practices before campers arrive, when campers are present on campus, and after the camp has concluded. Specific issues related to hosting minors on campus will also be addressed.
The live presentation of this webinar was approved for 1.5 hours of general CLE credit in California and Illinois and 1.8 hours of general CLE credit in Missouri. The webinar was also approved for 1.5 hours of general-experienced and general-transitional CLE in New York. 1.5 hours of general CLE credit is pending in Texas. If you are interested in receiving credit for watching the recorded presentation, please click here.
For more information, check out our REGucation blog post, Summer camps on campus: A risk management checklist for postsecondary professionals
November 10, 2021
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