2016 FRATERNAL LAW CONFERENCE
The Fraternal Law Conference is the leading legal educational event for fraternities, sororities and their related housing corporations and foundations. For this year’s conference, we have already confirmed some of the most knowledgeable leaders in the field to present on what we have identified as some of the most critical topics facing the fraternal law community.
Topics include: Service/Therapy Animals, Rights in University Disciplinary Proceedings, Litigation Update, FLSA Regulations from the Department of Labor, DoJ/OCR Guidance Documents on Title IX, and the current situation at Harvard University.
Confirmed Speakers include: Steve Dettelbach (former United States Attorney), Dr. Jeffrey Sun (University of Louisville), Dr. Matthew Shaw (Vanderbilt), Dr. Gregory Parks (Wake Forest University), Elizabeth Callan and Allison Goico (Dinsmore), and as always we will have presentations from university administrators and from our team here at Fraternal Law Partners.
CLE credit is available for lawyers attending the Conference.
Here are the essential details of the 2016 Fraternal Law Conference:
When: Thursday, November 3rd from 8:00am –5:00pm (with a cocktail reception to immediately follow) and Friday, November 4th from 8:00am – 12:00pm.
Where: Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, in the Westin Hotel.
Schedule: Click HERE for the tentative 2016 Fraternal Law Conference schedule.
Who should attend: The president, treasurer/finance officer, executive director, director of business operations, director of chapter services, attorney/legal counsel and risk management leaders at fraternities, sororities and related house corporations and foundations. Leaders of host institutions such as deans of student life, directors of Greek life or other student life officers would also benefit from the Conference.
Cost: Each registration is $450 (Early-Bird registration before September 1st for $425) and includes the conference, all conference materials in electronic format, breakfast, lunch and a cocktail reception on Thursday and breakfast on Friday. Click HERE to register.
Travel and accommodations are separate. For the convenience of attendees, a block of rooms has been reserved at the Westin Cincinnati. The block rate is available until October 11th, so book early! Click HERE to book now.
Tickets: Attendees will not receive printed tickets, nor are they required to bring a ticket. Attendance will be handled with a check-in list.
Have questions about Fraternal Law Conference? Contact Fraternal Law Partners, a division of Manley Burke LPA