Risk Management |
Student misconduct. Faculty misconduct. Inadequate policies governing risk management and inclusion/diversity. Any of these issues and many more could result in costly and time-consuming legal action against independent schools. How can schools avoid them? David Hanson, CFO at Phillips Exeter Academy, and David Wolowitz, director and co-chair of the Education Law Group at McLane Middleton, addressed best practices for independent schools in a recent webinar, “Working Efficiently and Effectively with Your School’s Legal Counsel.”
Key takeaways from Hanson and Wolowitz:
For further insight into these topics and many others, including working with insurance brokers, anonymous reporting and after-the-fact reviews of legal action, view the webinar, transcript and slide deck (NBOA members and webinar attendees only).
“Nowhere to Hide” (July/August 2016)
“Risk & Compliance: Independent Schools’ Overlooked Risks: Sacred Cows” (March/April 2017)
“Contractually Bound: Enforceable Enrollment Contracts without the Drama” (November/December 2015)
“Rethinking the Employment Contract” (March/April 2017)
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