2015 NASPA Student Affairs Law Conference

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Add to Calendar 2015-12-10 00:00:00 2015-12-10 00:00:00 2015 NASPA Student Affairs Law Conference The NASPA Foundation Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education will be hosting a conference focusing on recent legal trends in higher education law and policy development affecting the needs of institutions of higher education. The purpose of the conference is to help participants build their capacities for addressing pressing legal issues within their institutions. Presentations will cover: social media, protest, and the First Amendment on campus; mental health; managing risk and liability; sexual assault and compliance; and the Affordable Care Act implementation. To learn more, click here. To register, click here. Washington, DC Washington, DC noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The NASPA Foundation Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education will be hosting a conference focusing on recent legal trends in higher education law and policy development affecting the needs of institutions of higher education. The purpose of the conference is to help participants build their capacities for addressing pressing legal issues within their institutions. Presentations will cover: social media, protest, and the First Amendment on campus; mental health; managing risk and liability; sexual assault and compliance; and the Affordable Care Act implementation. To learn more, click here. To register, click here.


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