[Webinar] Best Practices and Risk Considerations Relating to Summer Camps on Campus

June 29th, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm CDT
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June 29th, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM CDT

Thompson Coburn’s Higher Education Practice is pleased to announce that the next entry in its 2020-21 Higher Education Webinar Series will explore best practices and risk considerations relating to summer camps on campus. On June 29th, the Practice will offer a 90-minute presentation that will begin with a discussion of the two most common arrangements for camps at institutions of higher education -- the institution sponsoring the camp or the institution leasing space to a third party -- and the benefits and risks to each approach. The webinar then will turn to a discussion of compliance risks and best practices before campers arrive, when campers are present on campus, and after the camp has concluded. Specific issues related to hosting minors on campus will also be addressed.

The upcoming webinar will be hosted by Aaron Lacey and presented by Scott Goldschmidt of the Firm’s Higher Education Practice.

CLE
Missouri: 1.8 hours general CLE credit
California: 1.5 hours general CLE credit
Illinois: 1.5 hours general CLE credit
Texas: 1.5 hours general CLE credit (pending)

Speakers

Aaron Lacey

Aaron Lacey
Partner
Thompson Coburn LLP

Aaron’s practice is dedicated entirely to helping institutions of higher education navigate complex legal and regulatory matters. He has significant experience in the array of federal, state, and accrediting agency laws and standards that govern postsecondary institutions, and is a frequent writer and speaker on topics relating to higher education policy and the federal financial aid programs.

In 2018, Aaron served the U.S. Department of Education as one of 17 negotiators charged with overhauling the Department's complex and controversial "borrower defense" rule. The Department selected Aaron to represent and negotiate on behalf of general counsels, attorneys and compliance officers at postsecondary institutions nationwide.

Aaron regularly represents institutions in administrative proceedings before state licensing entities, accrediting agencies, and the U.S. Department of Education, including matters arising from audits, program reviews, and investigations of the Office of Inspector General.

In support of institutional initiatives, he assists clients in drafting and negotiating a wide variety of agreements, including domestic and international articulation, consortium, licensing, marketing, and agency contracts, and in the case of postsecondary mergers and acquisitions, stock and asset purchase agreements. Aaron also assists with the management of regulatory and government agency relationships, policy creation and implementation, strategic planning, and compliance systems design.

Aaron is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys and of the American Bar Association.

Scott Goldschmidt

Scott Goldschmidt
Counsel
Thompson Coburn LLP

A member of Thompson Coburn’s Higher Education Practice, and the former Deputy General Counsel for Catholic University, Scott understands the unique challenges that higher education clients face and how to best help them achieve their goals. Drawing on his experience in a university general counsel's office, Scott brings a practical, in-house perspective to the challenging legal, regulatory, and compliance issues faced by postsecondary institutions. Scott is well-versed in managing all types of day-to-day and long term legal demands facing institutions of higher education, and routinely assists institutions with matters involving discrimination law, student affairs, contract drafting and review, and policy development. He also has experience with crisis management, advising on reputational concerns, and implementing controls to mitigate risk. Scott is a graduate of George Washington University and of the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. He also is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys and of the American Bar Association.

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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