The University of Vermont annually presents one of the nation’s premiere conferences focused on the diverse legal issues impacting all aspects of higher education. The conference spans two and a half days and includes multiple concurrent sessions, a large plenary session, welcome reception, networking lunches and vendor area.
You can attend the conference at UVM or it is available online via webstream.
The program features leading experts in Higher Education Law, Student Affairs and Campus Public Safety.
Through interactive sessions, panel discussions and informal networking opportunities participants learn practical approaches to complex legal situations; acquire the knowledge to implement best practices, policies and programs; and develop a network of peers to serve as connectors and advisors who continue to serve as a problem-solving resources after the conclusion of the conference.
We are offering some exciting sessions this year including:
- Keynote: The State of Washington, DC: Higher Education and the Trump Administration
- Closing Plenary: Campus Speech and Civility
- Transgender Student issues
- Title IX, VAWA, and Clery Updates
- Student Protests
Housing is available in area hotels. Please note that hotel rooms book early during the Fall foliage season.
All materials are available online.
“I felt that the quality of presenters was better than any conference I have ever attended. This was my first time coming, but it will not be my last! Amazing job all around!”
- Greg Dart, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
Utah State University Eastern
“I learn more in these 3 days than any other professional conference I attend.”
- Denis Stratford, Chief Information & Facilities Officer
MGH Institute of Health Professions
“I have decided this conference is exactly what I need in terms of relevance of sessions offered and how current and practical the issues discussed are to the work we are doing back on campus. I have attended this conference twice in recent years, and I am constantly sharing about it with senior administrators and encouraging them to attend, as well!”
- Krispin Barr, Dean of Students
Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC