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Opening General Session:

Opening General Session with Deli Buffet Lunch:

Campus Threat Assessment and Management in 2011: What You Need to Know Now

Jeff Nolan, J.D. and Peter Romary
Nolan and Romary General

Concurrent Sessions, Day 1:

Session 1:

1A.  Social Justice
Ryan Holmes, Assistant Dean of Students, University of Texas at El Paso and Tamara King, J.D., University Judicial Administrator and Director of Judicial Programs, Washington University
Social Justice Handouts

1B. Privacy in the Digital Age — Institutional Computer Use Polices and Emerging Privacy Trends in College and University Information Technology Management
Dr. Flora B. Devine, University Attorney and Special Assistant to the President for Legal Affairs and Diversity, Kennesaw State University
Privacy Digital Age

1C. Volatile and Hurtful Speech on Campus
Dr. Lee Bird, Vice President for Student Affairs, Oklahoma State University and Saunie Schuster, J.D.
Volatile and Hurtful Speech

Session 2:

2A. What You Absolutely Must Know About the U.S. Department of Education’s 2011 Dear Colleague Letter on Sexual Violence
Ann Franke, J.D., President, Wise Results, LLC and Larry White, J.D., Vice President and General Counsel, University of Delaware
Dear Colleague Letter

2B. Conducting Student Disciplinary Hearings: Procedural Best Practices and Due Process Requirements
Tamara King, J.D., University Judicial Administrator and Director of Judicial Programs, Washington University
Due Process Notes

2C. Safety Education Programs for Students
Peter Romary, J.D., East Carolina University
Students_at_Risk_Notes

Concurrent Sessions, Day 2:

Session 3:

3A. Introduction to Intellectual Property on Campus
Charles Carletta J.D., Secretary of the Institute and General Counsel, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Intro Intellectual Property

3B. Dealing with Disabled Staff and Students: Emerging Legal and Scientific Issues After the ADA Amendments Act of 2008
Jeff Nolan, J.D., Attorney at Law, Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew, P.C. and Jodi Litchfield, A.A., Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator at Middlebury College
ADAAA Presentation

3C. Internet Communications in the Academic Environment: Rewards and Complications
John Meyers, J.D., Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP and Wendy White, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel, University of Pennsylvania and Penn Medicine
Internet Communications

Session 4:

4A. Gun Control and Weapons on Campus
Dr. Lee Bird, Vice President for Student Affairs, Oklahoma State University and Saunie Schuster, J.D., National Center for Higher Education Risk Management (NCHERM)
Guns on Campus Notes

4B. Student Affairs Issues Related to Community College Students
Dr. Corinne Kowpak, Dean of Students,York County Community College and Dr. Barbara Lee, Counsel to the law firm of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, LLP and Professor and former Dean of Human Resource Management at the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University
Community College Notes
Community College Issues

4C. A Primer on the NCAA and What it Means to Your Institution
Eleanor Myers, Assoc. Professor of Law, Temple University
Georgia Tech public report
Georgia Tech press release

Session 5:

5A. The Clery Act: Updates, Current Issues, and Compliance Strategies
Steven Healy, Managing Partner, Margolis, Healy & Associates, LLC
CAT Overview

5B. Program Integrity Rules: What They Mean for You
Lori Fox, J.D., General Counsel at Teachers College, Columbia University and Wendy White, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel, University of Pennsylvania and Penn Medicine
Program_Integrity Regulations

5C. Surfing, Shopping, and Blogging: Regulation of Employee Social Media Use
Dr. Barbara Lee, Counsel to the law firm of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, LLP and Professor and former Dean of Human Resource Management at the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University
Surfing, Shopping and Blogging Notes
Social Media Paper

Concurrent Sessions, Day 3:

Session 6:

6A. Hazing Prevention Strategies and Liability Issues
Kim Novak, Executive Director, NovakTalks a campus safety and student risk management consulting firm and Dr. Gina Lee, Director, Center for Student Leadership, Wichita State University
Hazing Prevention Strategies and Liability Issues
Langford Higher Ed Center Hazing Working Paper
Possible partners for Hazing Prevention
National Collaborative
HEC_Resources_for Prevention
Case Law 2011

6B. Understanding Sexual & Gender Violence on Campus
Dr. Gary Margolis, Managing Partner, Margolis, Healy & Associates, LLC
Sexual and Gender Violence

6C. Strategic Update on Organized Labor and the NLRB
Jeffrey L. Hirsch, J.D., Managing Partner, Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP
Organized_Labor_Notes

Session 7:

7A. Students Who are in Danger of Harming Themselves or Others – Legal Parameters and Some Practical Guidance
Lisa Wahler, J.D., Associate General Counsel, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Students_at_Risk_Notes

7B. Managing Safety And Liability In Study Abroad Programs
Nick Long, J.D., General Counsel, Rhode Island College
Managing Safety and Liability in Study Abroad Programs
2011-09-15 Director’s Checklist
2011-09-15 Final Checklists
Study Abroad Notes

7C. FERPA: Hot Topics and Updates
Steven McDonald, J.D., General Counsel, Rhode Island School of Design
FERPA Hot Topics
FERPA Hot Topics 1
FERPA Hot Topics 2
FERPA Hot Topics 3
FERPA Hot Topics 4
FERPA Hot Topics 5

Session 8:

8A. Faculty Handbooks — Their Legal Significance, What They Should Contain, and How to Draft Them
Ann Franke, J.D., President, Wise Results, LLC
Faculty Handbooks

8B. Cyber-bullying
Steven McDonald, J.D., General Counsel, Rhode Island School of Design and Dr. Denzil Suite, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Southern California
Cyberbullying – Handout
Cyberbullying 1
Cyberbullying 2
Cyberbullying 3

8C. Emerging Trends in the Management of Risk Associated with Student Life
Kim Novak, Executive Director, NovakTalks a campus safety and student risk management consulting firm
Emerging Trends in the Management of Risks Associated

Session 9:

9A. What You Need to Know About the Attorney-Client Privilege — It’s Not as Protective As You Think!
Larry White, J.D., Vice President and General Counsel, University of Delaware and Jeff Nolan, J.D., Attorney at Law, Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew, P.C.
Attorney-Client Privilege
ABA_Formal_Opinion

9B. Roundtable Discussion: Preliminary Findings From the Bureau of Justice Campus Crime Prevention Grant
Dr. Gary Margolis, Managing Partner, Margolis, Healy & Associates, LLC and Steven Healy, Managing Partner, Margolis, Healy & Associates, LLC
CCP Grant_Initial Findings


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