On August 28, Thompson Coburn will kick off a new series of webinars focused on legal, regulatory, and policy issues impacting higher education. The monthly webinars will run through the entire 2018/2019 academic year and cover topics relevant to institutions of all types, including student litigation, new rules from the U.S. Department of Education, college sports law, and more.
Each webinar will be hosted by Aaron Lacey and feature other Thompson Coburn practitioners who will share their unique experience and insights.
The first webinar, “Minimizing Litigation Risk As To Student-Related Disputes,” will focus on student litigation and feature Bill Bay and Jeff Fink, who have represented educational institutions facing lawsuits and arbitrations brought by former students, state attorneys general, and government regulatory agencies in multiple jurisdictions. Later episodes will feature Emily Wang Murphy, Chris Murray, Bob Wallace, and more.
Each webinar is free and has been approved for Continuing Legal Education credit. Specific details will be released each month for the date and time of that month’s session. Institutions can also look for additional analysis on Thompson Coburn’s REGucation blog.
2018/2019 Higher Education Webinar Series Calendar
Visit our TCLE page to register for each monthly session as they become available.
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