CLE Workshop

Higher Education Discrimination Law: Essential Updates and New Challenges


Registration Fees

Early Regular
NACUA Member(First Person) $690 $740
NACUA Member(Additional Person) $640 $690
NACUA Member Institution Representative $690 $740
NACUA Non-Member $790 $840
What is included in my registration fee?
Your registration fee includes: Entrance to all sessions, CLE credit fee, continental breakfasts, coffee breaks, luncheon, reception, a full binder of session materials and pre- and post-event online access to materials.
Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Requests must be received in writing, via email, to Meredith McMillan (mmc@nacua.org) no later than Friday, February 13, in order to receive a full refund*. Approved cancellation requests received: after Friday, February 13 and by Friday, February 20 qualify for a 75% refund*; after Friday, February 20 and by Friday, March 6 qualify for a 50% refund*; after Friday, March 6 and by Tuesday, March 10 qualify for a 30% refund*. If requests for cancellations are not received by Tuesday, March 10, no refunds or credits will be issued for any reason, no exceptions. *All refunds are subject to a $50 administrative fee and will be processed after the meeting.
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How To Register

Online registration is now closed. If you would still like to register for the workshop, please contact Meredith McMillan (mmc@nacua.org).

Eligibility & Attendance

Who Should Attend?

This program is at the advanced level. Presenters presume attendees have some familiarity and experience with higher education discrimination law. The workshop is directed to college and university counsel with responsibility for discrimination law matters in employment, student affairs, and contracting. Counsel may also wish to invite administrators with significant responsibilities with respect to employment law, personnel and human resources, and student affairs.

Eligibility Requirements

Attorneys and Other Administrators from NACUA Member Institutions: If you are an attorney or another administrator from a NACUA Member Institution or Associate Member Institution, or if you are an Associate Individual Member, you are eligible to register for this workshop at the member rate. If you are not currently listed as a NACUA member on your institution’s official membership roster, you must include a signed letter from your institution’s Primary Representative with your registration form (to view a sample letter click here). NACUA will then confirm your eligibility to attend prior to processing your registration. To find out the name of your institution’s Primary Representative click here.

Attorneys and Other Administrators from Non-Member Institutions: You must be an attorney or other administrator currently representing or employed by a non-profit accredited college or university to be eligible to attend the workshop. Non-member attorneys or other administrators representing or employed by colleges or universities that are not NACUA Member Institutions must include a letter with the following information with your registration form: 1. Confirmation that you currently represent or are employed by a non-profit accredited college or university (to view a sample letter click here); and 2. Affirmation that you meet NACUA’s eligibility requirement.

All non-members must send their registration forms to Meredith McMillan's attention. NACUA will contact all non-members directly to notify them about the status of their registration and to gather additional information, if necessary. Registrations will not be processed until the required information above is received by NACUA.