How will the election impact higher education?
Higher Education—are you ready for 2017? A new president, which includes potential changes in enforcement philosophy, leadership and direction for the Departments of Education and Justice; a Supreme Court in flux; the Higher Education Act reauthorization process; the role of accreditors challenged; Generation Z arrives; renewed activism and student protests; student debt; and increased pressure on higher education from the states.
We all sense major change in the air. A gathering of interdisciplinary law and policy professionals has never been more important.
Join us in February for what could be the most important National Conference on Law and Higher Education with Stetson University College of Law in its nearly 40 year history. Using the facilitation of the nation's leading higher education scholars, thinkers and practitioners, we will work through the incredible challenges and opportunities facing higher education in America.
This year’s conference—the first major law and policy conference following the election—will feature sessions including:
- Title IX Basics Workshop
- Disability Law Workshop
- Impact of Title IX on Greek Life and Religious Colleges
- Constitutional Law and Higher Education Workshop
- The Branding of the American Mind
- The New Administration and the Higher Education Act
- Litigation Update Workshop
- Legal Issues in Residential Life