As one of the primary negotiators tasked with reworking the Department of Education’s controversial borrower defense rule, Thompson Coburn partner Aaron Lacey is hosting a series of three upcoming webinars that will provide attendees with the latest information about the rulemaking process.
The Borrower Defense Rule: 2017 Negotiated Rulemaking Debriefing Webinars will be held December 13, January 24 and February 21.
Over the next three months, the Department of Education’s designated negotiators — including student and consumer advocates, agency representatives, accreditors, financial aid administrators, and business officers, as well as representatives from different types of institutions of higher education — will discuss key issues of the final rule, which, with few exceptions, will apply to all institutions of higher education.
Key topics include:
Those interested can register for one or all of the sessions and receive comprehensive and up-to-date information on the borrower defense rulemaking process as it unfolds.
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