The Community College Conference on Legal Issues: An opportunity to increase your confidence in handling challenging situations on the job, and to update your knowledge of the constantly evolving laws that impact your work.

Conference Program

Concurrent Session I
Sunday, January 29, 2012 (3:30pm - 4:45pm)

A1. Social, Religious, and Athletic Student Organizations on Campus – What You Need to Know About Managing Risk and Liability
A2. Higher Education Leadership: Best Practices in Supervision and Evaluation
A3. Copyright Essentials for Educators
A4. Risky Business in Higher Education
A5. Not-So-Sweet Revenge: When The Need to Retaliate Gets The Best of You

Concurrent Session II
Monday, January 30 (9:15am - 10:30am)

B1. Can There Be Legal Foreseeability of a Campus Shooter?
B2. Winning Labor Arbitration Cases
B3. FERPA: Hot Topics and Updates

A Campus Guide to Planning, Response and Recovery From a Natural Catastrophe

B5. ADA Comes Knocking – Is Your Campus in Compliance?

Concurrent Session III
Monday, January 30 (10:45am – 12:00pm)

B6. Creating your Behavior Intervention Team (BIT): Influencing Change on Your Campus
B7. The Ten Most Important Employment and Labor Cases of 2011
B8. Clinical Affiliation Agreements: A 360° Discussion
B9. Litigation Unveiled: Protect Your College and Protect Yourself
B10. The Law and Social Media on Campus: Communication, Privacy, Employment, Discipline, Making Money, Losing Money, and other Second Generation Social Media Issues

Concurrent Session IV
Monday, January 30 (1:45pm – 3:00pm)

B11. Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) Recordkeeping & Confidentiality
B12. The New NLRB – Labor Relations Developments at Community Colleges
B13. Contracts: An Owner’s Manual
B14. Firearms on Campus: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
B15. Status of Tenure in Light of the Proposition of Alternative Employment Status in Education

Concurrent Session V
Monday, January 30 (3:30pm – 4:45pm)

B16. One Code, One Standard: Procedural Uniformity in a Multi-Campus Environment
B17. Civility: What to Do When It’s Not Taught at Home
B18 Disciplinary Action in Response to Offensive Environment Claims in the Face of the Defense of Academic Freedom
B19. Regulating Partisan Political Activities on Campus: What to Do, and What Not to Do
B20. Faces, Spaces and Blogs: How Technology in a Digital World is Affecting Our Community


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