Office of the General Counsel

In House Training Sessions

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As part of our services, we provide formal and informal in-house seminars for University employees on legal matters which present continuing issues for the campuses.  Formal seminars allow us to provide campuses with important legal information, while informal sessions provide an opportunity for our office to meet with University employees in collaborative settings to work on common legal problems and practical solutions.

You can review our most recent sessions here.

We also issue General Counsel's Office memoranda which address legal issues of general interest to our campuses.

If your campus has an issue that you believe should be addressed in a system-wide memorandum or a mini-seminar on campus rather than in a memo or opinion letter, let the General Counsel know.  From time to time, it may be productive to have one or two attorneys spend an hour or two talking to campus administrators on a general topic rather than addressing a specific problem.  The GCO can also recommend other firms, or state agencies, which could provide training on specific questions, for example, the ethics statute or search and seizure issues for campus police.

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