NACUA (National Association of College and University Attorneys) Annual Conference

Sunday June 28
3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
What General Counsel Need to Know About Accreditation
        Intermediate, Regular Session
        Room: Washington 5

  • Surveying recent policy, regulatory, and legislative issues underlining accreditation
  • Highlighting the interplay between accreditation and the law
  • Exploring operational issues that typically arise in accreditation

Panelist: Elizabeth B. Meers, Partner

Sunday June 28
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Opening Reception - sponsored by Hogan Lovells            
        Room: Marriott Ballroom 1 – 2

    Celebrate the official opening of the 55th Annual Conference! It's your chance to meet, greet, mingle, and network with new and old friends and colleagues on the first evening of the conference. So be sure to start your conference experience off right by attending this annual event. The event is free to all paid attendees, $40 for adult guests, $10 for children (6-12), and free for children five and under.

Monday June 29
9:15 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
2E. Global Operations: Roundtable Discussions with Experts and Colleagues on Operating in China, India, Kenya, and the Middle East        
        Intermediate, Discussion Group
        Room: Thurgood Marshall South

  • Reprise of last year's successful session
  • One table for each country/region, each with its own expert leader(s)
  • Pick up valuable guidance on how things "should work" and how they "really work"
  • Establish connections with colleagues who advise on their institution’s international activities
  • Participants can move among tables

Panelist: Roberta Chang, Consultant
Panelist: Steven N. Robinson, Partner

Monday June 29
9:15 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
3D. Navigating Privacy and Data Security in an International Environment
        Advanced, Regular Session
        Room: Virginia Suites A – C

  • The current legal landscape of privacy and data security outside the United States, with focus on the European Union and China
  • Application of U.S. privacy and data security laws to international activities and to data derived in other countries and brought back to the U.S.
  • Data privacy concerns with regard to research crossing borders and student programs/study abroad
  • Case Study: Opening a campus in China

Moderator: Stephanie Gold, Partner
Panelist: Timothy P. Tobin, Partner

Tuesday June 30
2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
6H. Research Update: OMB Uniform Guidance and New Data-Sharing Requirements
        Regular Session
        Room: Washington 1

  • Compliance with new federal data management and sharing requirements
  • A case study in implementing data management services at Johns Hopkins University
  • What counsel should know about new regulations that govern federal grants and cooperative agreements
  • Compliance concerns and solutions under federal awards

Panelist: William Ferreira, Partner

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