graffJohn Graff is an attorney at Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP in Boston, Massachusetts where he serves as litigation counsel to colleges and universities and advises them on a number of areas unique to higher education, including regulatory compliance, institutional policies and handbooks, campus law enforcement and public safety operations, student discipline, student disability accommodations, on-campus housing, and complex technology contracts. From December 2009 through August 2010, John served as interim associate general counsel at Emerson College in Boston. John is currently serving in his third year as a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of College and University Law and is a member of the College and University Section of the Boston Bar Association, and has presented on the Clery Act numerous times at national higher education conferences. John also has an active business litigation practice representing companies in employment and other commercial disputes. Prior to practicing law, John received commendations and medals for his service as a police officer, and he subsequently served as a supervisor in Boston University's student discipline office where he adjudicated over 1,000 non-academic student discipline cases.

storchJoseph Storch is an Associate Counsel at the State University of New York Office of General Counsel. In addition to comprehensive legal representation for SUNY Oswego, SUNY Cortland, Morrisville State College, and the SUNY Institute of Technology, he chairs the SUNY Student Affairs Practice Group and advises clients on compliance with the Clery Act and other campus safety obligations. Joseph graduated Summa Cum Laude from SUNY Oswego with degrees in Political Science and Rhetorical Communications and received a SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence. He worked as an Admissions Counselor and then attended Cornell Law School where he served as Chancellor of the Moot Court Board. After graduating, he clerked for the New York State Appellate Division, 3rd Department. He has trained hundreds of higher education professionals in Clery Act compliance, including a NACUA Virtual Seminar and the NACUA new lawyers session on Clery Act compliance, and is the author of three NACUANOTES on Clery Act obligations.