NACUA Workshop on Building and Sustaining a Culture of Compliance and Ethics Scheduled for Nov. 13-15

October 28, 2019

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The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) will hold a continuing legal education workshop on “Building and Sustaining a Culture of Compliance and Ethics” Nov. 13-15 in Washington, DC.

After an opening plenary session that examines the role of behavioral ethics in building and sustaining strong compliance programs, the workshop will break into separate tracks on compliance program administration and legal and regulatory updates. ACE is a co-sponsor of the workshop, and ACE’s Terry Hartle will be on hand to provide a legislative and regulatory update as part of the second track.

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