McLane Middleton attorney Susan E. Schorr will be presenting at Global Education Benchmark Group’s upcoming Virtual Summit on Reimagining Travel Programs on October 6, 2021 where she will present on “Model Practices in Documentation.”
Documenting each aspect of preparation, each stage and each inevitable incident of student travel programs is essential. Program documents also help express the purpose of the program and communicate its inherent risks. Our current context has complicated the ways in which we need to document. As part of this session, attendees will learn about the specific factors to consider as we revise and expand the ways in which we use documentation for the benefit of our traveling students, leaders, and institutions.
Susan is vice chair of McLane Middleton’s Education Law Group. She focuses her practice on education and employment, helping clients with general risk management, real-time problem solving, and crisis management. Grounded in thorough legal analysis, she offers practical advice and responsiveness. With a background as a social worker, public administrator, and a trustee of non-profit organizations herself, Susan approaches client challenges with an ability to integrate a variety of problem-solving frameworks, helping clients to arrive at practical solutions. Susan can be reached in the firm’s Boston office at (857) 305-1960 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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