Top Ten Legal and Compliance Concerns for Campus Administrators

with Peter Lake

About This Course

Professor Peter Lake will discuss his “Top Ten” legal and compliance concerns for campus administrators.  Of course Title IX compliance is at the top of everyone’s list, but what else?  Professor Lake will discuss the Clery Act, marijuana, guns on campus, student activism and free speech rights, among others.  Professor Lake will also discuss what regulatory changes we might expect as a result of the upcoming general election.


College and university campus administrators are increasingly required to keep current with the ever-changing regulatory and legal landscape affecting the modern higher education environment.  Professor Peter Lake, a national expert in higher education law and policy issues, will discuss his “Top Ten” legal and compliance concerns for administrators.  This list includes:

Title IX Regulatory Compliance
Litigation Arising from Title IX
Clery Act
Guns on Campus
The Decriminalization of Marijuana
Non-profit Funding Status
Instructional Design and Delivery
ADA and Spring Arbor
Student Activism

Professor Lake will also address the possible implications of the upcoming general election.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  • Learn more about the nuances of legal cases affecting higher education
  • Learn more about the numerous compliance challenges colleges face
  • Learn about the possible implications of the general election on the regulation of higher education

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