A Reckoning on Race for Higher Education: Next Steps and Legal Considerations for Campuses

September 14, 2020

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ACE is pleased to be a cooperating association for a mini-workshop on legal issues related to race in higher education sponsored by the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), “A Reckoning on Race for Higher Education: Next Steps and Legal Considerations for Campuses.”

Scheduled for Sept. 16 and open to non-NACUA members, the workshop’s speakers include campus general counsels, diversity officers, a university police chief, and outside counsels. The workshop is designed at the intermediate-advanced level and directed to college and university counsel with responsibility for equity and discrimination law matters in student affairs, faculty affairs, and employment. Counsel may also wish to invite administrators with significant responsibilities for oversight of diversity, equity, and inclusivity programs, student affairs, and public safety.

For more information and to register, visit the NACUA website.

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