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Newsletter > September 2015 > "2015 Fraternal Law Conference"
2015 Fraternal Law Conference
Micah Kamrass, Manley Burke, email@example.com
The 2015 Fraternal Law Conference, scheduled for Thursday, November 12th and Friday, November 13th, is already shaping up to be among the best. Speakers already committed include: Justice Gary R. Wade of the Tennessee Supreme Court, a long-time national activist with Phi Delta Theta; Dr. Javaunne Adams-Gaston, Vice President for Student Life at The Ohio State University; Greg Lukianoff, the President and CEO of FIRE, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, which has frequently litigated Freedom of Speech rights on college campuses; a trifecta of speakers on Title IX and sexual assault disciplinary issues, which includes Joshua Engel, a former prosecutor who now represents students accused in campus disciplinary proceedings, and Kate Lawson, an attorney and the Title IX Coordinator at Xavier University, and Dr. Jeffrey Sun from the University of Louisville; and a panel from the University Risk Management and Insurance Association will include speakers with risk management experience at Penn State, the University of Chicago, Southern Methodist and the University of Cincinnati. Of course members of Fraternal Law Partners of Manley Burke will be addressing numerous other issues related to fraternity foundations and taxes, governance, and liability.
You can register for the Fraternal Law Conference by clicking on http://fraternallaw.com/library-annex/fraternal-law-conference/, or for more information, email Kathie.Thomas@ManleyBurke.com.
This is the 16th National Fraternal Law Conference and each year it has drawn lawyers, national fraternity leaders, and others involved with Greek organizations from around the country. We hope you will join us for what will be a valuable discussion on legal issues facing fraternities and sororities.