This workshop brings together university administrators with university counsel to provide accurate information and advice on current legal issues. The purpose of the event is to foster dialogue and a greater appreciation of the relationship between law and policy as well as to facilitate a pragmatic approach to decision making for issues with legal implications.
Contact Office of General Counsel for schedule and registration details.
Campus Contract Training Programs may be scheduled upon the request of a department, division, unit or college. Persons to whom signature authority is delegated must attend this training program in order to maintain their delegation. In addition, other University employees involved in the creation, negotiation, execution, or maintenance of University contracts are strongly encouraged to participate in the program. There is no charge for the program and it takes about two hours. To schedule training, please send an e-mail to Peggy Casebolt or contact her at (480) 965-4550.
Classes are offered on topics such as (varying from year to year based upon requests and need):
Contact Office of General Counsel for the schedule or to request training for a department or group.
Several virtual seminars are offered each year on various topics. Past topics have included:
Contact Office of General Counsel to add your name to contact list for future virtual seminar offerings information.
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