On July 6, 2022, the U.S. Department of Education (the “Department”) released its much anticipated proposal for revising its Borrower Defense to Repayment (“BDR”) rule. We invite you to join us for a special, 2-hour webinar on July 29, 2022, during which we will discuss the rule in detail, highlight significant changes, and suggest opportunities for public comment. The discussion will be led by Aaron Lacey, the Chair of our Higher Education Practice, and include attorneys Jeff Fink and Hope Watson. In the interim, we invite institutions to download a redline we created that shows the proposed revisions to the current regulation.
The live presentation of this webinar was approved for 2.0 hours of general CLE credit in California, Illinois, and Texas; 2.4 hours of general CLE credit in Missouri; and 2.0 hours of professional practice CLE credit in New York. Please visit the CLE Overview page to see how the CLE credit for this recorded webinar can be applied in CA, IL, MO, NY, & TX.
If you are interested in receiving CA, IL, MO, NY, or TX CLE credit for watching the recorded presentation, you must register for the program by clicking here. If you are not interested in receiving CLE credit, you can watch the presentation by clicking the play button on the video.
Participants will only be emailed a Certificate of Attendance if the webinar is viewed in its entirety. If you were unable to view the webinar in its entirety, please contact email@example.com to see if you are eligible to receive partial credit.
If you do not receive your Certificate of Completion, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 29, 2022
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