The U.S. Department of Education has made significant progress this year towards the completion of its ambitious regulatory plan. In the last three months alone, the agency has published two, complex final rules that cover a wide range of topics - and more are expected soon.
On December 17, 2019, Aaron Lacey will provide an overview of the status and substance of the Department's rulemaking activity, with a focus on developments that have, or could have, near-term impact for institutions of higher education. Aaron will cover the final borrower defense, accreditation, and state authorization rules promulgated this fall, and discuss the distance education and Title IX rules on the horizon.
This presentation is approved for 1.5 hours of general CLE credit in California and Illinois and 1.8 hours of general CLE credit in Missouri.
Live Webinar Presentations
Our live TCLE webinars are pre-approved for continuing legal education credit in California, Illinois and Missouri. All attorneys attending the live webinar will be able to print out a Certificate of Attendance offered at the completion of the webinar. For those attorneys seeking CLE in jurisdictions other than California, Illinois and Missouri, the Certificate of Attendance can be used to seek CLE in the other jurisdictions. It will be the responsibility of each attorney to handle CLE in his or her own state. While Thompson Coburn adheres to the strict accreditation rules for California, Illinois and Missouri, please note that our live webinars may not be eligible to receive credit in all states.
All TCLE webinars are recorded and available on demand from our website. All attorneys listening to a recorded webinar will be able to print out a Certificate of Attendance offered at the end of the recording. As an accredited CLE provider in California, Illinois and Missouri, you will earn the following type of credit by watching a recording:
If you are in a jurisdiction outside of the three mentioned, check with your state’s CLE requirement before watching a TCLE webinar. While Thompson Coburn adheres to the strict accreditation rules for California, Illinois and Missouri, please note that our recorded webinars may not be eligible to receive credit in all states.
Information We Request When Registering
For reporting purposes we ask the following when you register: All California and Illinois attorneys must provide their bar numbers, and all attendees must designate whether they are a practicing attorney.
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