Wednesday, June 16, 2021 from 12:00 P.M. – 2:00 P.M. ET
Registration Fee: Complimentary
Join us on June 16, 2021 for Virtual General Counsel Roundtables!
What are GC Roundtables? An opportunity for in-house, chief legal officers to convene in an informal, virtual setting to discuss various aspects of higher education legal practice and related topics of interest.
What should I expect during the Roundtable? Each virtual session will be co-facilitated by experienced GCs. Participants will introduce themselves and facilitators will then lead the discussion. Eligible participants will have the opportunity to share challenges and successes, ask questions, and commune with a network of supportive peers.
How many people will be in my group? We endeavor to limit each group to 20 participants, in order to facilitate open and productive discussion.
Who is eligible? Open only to members who serve as the in-house chief legal officer for their institution.
To be eligible to attend a Roundtable session, you must serve a member institution as the lead in-house attorney. Unfortunately, outside counsel, other attorneys in the General Counsel’s Office (e.g., Deputy General Counsel, Associate General Counsel, or Assistant General Counsel) or on campus, and associate individual members are not eligible to attend.
What is the cost? GC Roundtables are complimentary to eligible NACUA members. Register today!
Must I be registered for the 2021 Virtual Conference to register for the June 2021 Roundtables? No. You may register for and attend the June 2021 Roundtables without registering for and attending the 2021 Virtual Conference. Participation in the Roundtables requires a separate registration from the Virtual Conference.
When is the registration deadline? June 11, 2021.
When is the cancellation deadline? Cancellation requests must be submitted through the online request form on or before June 11, 2021.
How will I get the access link for the discussion? Access information will be emailed to all registered participants approximately 48 hours before the GC Roundtable.