These are uncertain and challenging times for colleges and universities. It is difficult to recall a period when so many social, financial, regulatory and workforce changes have occurred so quickly. Join education partners Farnaz Farkish Thompson and Sarah Wake as they discuss the hot topics for colleges and universities in 2022 and answer questions about the issues.
Name, image and likeness updates, including in the NCAA’s new constitution, which takes effect in August 2022
Litigation involving whether student athletes are employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act
The unfair labor practice charge recently filed with the National Labor Relations Board involving whether certain student athletes are employees under the National Labor Relations Act
The U.S. Supreme Court’s consideration of the use of race in admissions
The end of legacy admissions
Antitrust actions involving admissions and financial aid
Discrimination, Harassment and Sexual Misconduct
Proposed Title IX Regulations (expected in April)
Recent rulings from the federal appellate courts regarding Title IX liability
Sex-based programs and scholarships
Race-based claims under Title VI, including Jewish and Muslim students
Who Should Attend
College and university attorneys and administrators
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