This foundation-building workshop is designed to introduce the lawyer new to college and university law to the concepts, statutes, regulations, and practical knowledge needed to navigate key areas of practice. Sessions address various legal concepts that present uniquely in higher education legal practice such as tenure, shared governance, student discipline, study abroad, and research administration. Content is tailored both to new attorneys and sophisticated attorneys who are transitioning into higher education law.
Note: These conference recordings and materials are for attendees of the 2023 NACUA Lawyers New to Higher Education Pre-Conference or for members who wish to purchase these recordings.
The Lawyers New to Higher Education Online Course provides interactions with the course instructors, a certificate, and CLE credit, and includes the same session recordings. If you would like to sign up for the online course instead, you may do so here.
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