NACUA to Hold Workshop on Higher Education Discrimination Law

February 5, 2019

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The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) will host a workshop April 3-5 in Seattle titled “The Ever-Evolving Field of Higher Education Discrimination Law: What You Need to Know Now.”

Among the topics to be covered are:

  • Title IX compliance
  • Managing information about bad actors on campus
  • The current state of the Equal Pay Act
  • Religious discrimination, accommodation, and inclusion

The workshop will be of interest to college and university counsel with responsibility for discrimination law matters in employment, student affairs, and contracting. Administrators with significant responsibilities for oversight of discrimination or Title IX programs, personnel and human resources, or student affairs may also find it valuable.

For more information, see the NACUA website.

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