On-Demand Recording of Kimberly Lau’s Lawline Virtual CLE Program on the Future of Title IX Under the Department of Education’s New Regulation’s Now Available.
An on-demand recording of Kimberly Lau’s Lawline virtual CLE program on the future of Title IX under the Department of Education’s new regulations is now available
On August 3, Kimberly Lau, partner and chair of the Title IX/College Disciplinary practice, presented a Lawline virtual CLE on the future of Title IX under the Department of Education’s new regulations. The program was attended by more than 100 individuals and provided an overview of the new Title IX regulations and how the key differences of Title IX have been enforced since the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter.
Some of the feedback from attendees of the live webinar included:
- “Excellent lesson in what feels like an overwhelming change in law. Presenter made this issue interesting and accessible. Great job.”
- “Well-paced presentation so one could digest the information.”
- “Great presenter! Good balance of objective facts with clear experience.”
- “Outstanding presentation by a very knowledgeable instructor.”
- “Really great and informative!”
Fred Cummings Quoted in American Lawyer Article on Industry Changes in Lateral Hiring During the Pandemic
Managing partner Fred Cummings was quoted in an American Lawyer article on how virtual interviews have sped up the lateral hiring process in the legal industry. Fred noted that the firm has made lateral hires in the areas of intellectual property and tax, and how even though the firm’s candidates are New York-based, arranging candidate meetings virtually has accelerated the interview process.
Fred noted that he expects many attorneys will likely continue to work from home to some extent even after a return to the workplace is possible and that meeting virtually is going to become part of the recruiting process just like it has become an element of every other part of our practice.
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