Clark Hill Strasburger Member Katie Anderson and Associate Pete Thompson to present at The University of North Texas’ Higher Education Law Conference
On March 23, 2020, Clark Hill Strasburger Member Katie Anderson and Associate Pete Thompson will present at The University of North Texas’ Higher Education Law Conference. The conference provides the most current information on important developments in areas such as student legal issues, First Amendment rights, technology dangers, FERPA, free speech, and more. Anderson and Thompson are speaking on How to Conduct an Investigation and A Case Study of an Investigation.
Anderson is a counselor with CHS who is passionate about representing educational institutions, zealously guiding them through constitutional/civil rights complaints, board fiduciary duties and governance best practices, FERPA questions, open government, employee grievances and investigation, termination of employees, and campus security, to leave clients better than she found them.
Thompson is a counselor with CHS who represents educational institutions and advises them on matters related to open government, FERPA, employee grievance processes, EEOC complaints, and employment contracts. He is a problem solver who helps clients navigate the day-to-day challenges in complying with federal and state statutes.
If you would like to register for the conference or would like more information, please click here.
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