32nd Annual National Conference on Law and Higher Education
Higher Education in Transition: Responsibilities, Challenges and Opportunities
Now in its 32nd year, the award winning National Conference will provide attendees with an unparalleled interactive interdisciplinary law and policy conference experience. The need for collaborative interdisciplinary conference experience has never been greater. Higher education is undergoing major transitions on a number of fronts, with major new legal responsibilities, greater challenges and, yes, tremendous opportunities. Attendees can expect what the National Conference has become famous for -- cutting-edge thematic sessions with nationally known and expert presenters, information and prognostication about trends in higher education, and of course, up to the minute professional updates on key topics.
The 2011 National Conference will also serve as a major policymaking, scholarship, networking and higher education leadership event, bringing together policymakers, college presidents and provosts, top administrators, risk managers, attorneys, educators and others in an intensely interactive learning forum. The National Conference provides a unique opportunity for attendees to retreat, learn, share and reflect with other leaders in higher education and to return home to their work empowered with the latest and best information, and new friends and allies.
The National Conference is not just a place where leaders come to learn about law and policy developments. The National Conference is often where legal reform begins and new policies and approaches develop. Don't miss this opportunity to come to the National Conference and participate in the process of reforming higher education in this historic time of transition!
Professor Amy Gajda joined the Tulane Law School faculty in 2010 from the University of Illinois, where she was Assistant Professor of Journalism and Law with appointments in both the College of Law and the College of Media. She has also taught as a visiting professor at Brooklyn Law School. Professor Gajda's primary research interests relate to privacy, freedom of expression, and the First Amendment. Among other matters, her work explores the tensions between social regulation and protected expression in contexts ranging from academic speech to news reporting.
Charles Carletta to Serve as Honorary Co-Chair
The Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy is proud to announce that Charles F. Carletta will serve as honorary co-chair for the 2011 National Conference on Law and Higher Education.
Experience firsthand why Florida is such an internationally popular destination. The Caribe Royale Resort is situated on 45 acres of stately palms and fragrant bougainvillea, and located less than two miles away from Walt Disney World. A block of rooms has been reserved for the February conference. The special room rate ($189) will be available until Jan. 13, 2011. To make reservations, please call 800-823-8300.