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Register Now for the 2016 Fraternal Law Conference
November 3-4, 2016
Micah Kamrass, Manley Burke, firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s Fraternal Law Conference is shaping up to be one of the most interesting and informative conferences we have ever hosted. We are thrilled to announce that the keynote speaker will be Mr. Stephen Trachtenberg, the President Emeritus of George Washington University. Mr. Trachtenberg is one of the country’s foremost experts on higher education administration and leadership, and is also a distinguished attorney.
Additionally, our faculty includes numerous other leading national experts in their fields. This includes Dr. Jeffrey Sun, who chairs the University of Louisville’s Department of Educational Leadership. Dr. Sun, who is also an attorney, will present on the rights of individual students and groups in university disciplinary proceedings. Similarly, Dr. Matthew Shaw, an attorney who recently received his doctorate from Harvard and is now a Professor at Vanderbilt, will present on Title IX and the recent guidance updates from the Department of Justice pertaining to transgender students. Dr. Gregory Parks, a psychologist and law Professor at Wake Forest University, will present on the organizational dynamics that cause hazing to persist.
We are also excited to announce the list of leading practitioners who will be presenting at this year’s conference. For a perspective from student affairs administrators, we will hear from Elizabeth Agosto and Eric Ramsey, the Senior Associate Dean and Associate Dean of Students at Dartmouth. Steve Dettelbach, a former United States Attorney who litigated and resolved the Kent State emotional support animal matter, will present on service and therapy animals along with Ann Hubbard, a Professor of law at the University of Cincinnati and former Assistant to the United States Solicitor General.
Elizabeth Simmons Callan and Allison L. Goico, two partners from the Dinsmore and Shohl law firm, will present on the updated FLSA regulations from the United States Department of Labor. Tim Burke of our firm, along with Jennifer A. Riso from Archer Norris, will provide this year’s litigation update. Sean Callan, John Christopher, and Micah Kamrass, all from our office, will also be presenting this year. Finally, this year’s program will include Dennis Gillan, a nationally renowned mental health advocate, who will discuss suicide awareness and prevention for fraternity and sorority members, staff members, and their lawyers.
We hope you will be able to join us at this year’s conference. A tentative schedule of the program follows this article. We would love to see you in Cincinnati on November 3 and 4.