Corean Reynold was recently appointed the Director of Nightlife Economy for the City of Boston, where she brings a wealth of experience and a passion for fostering an equitable and thriving nightlife ecosystem.
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Roundhead Brewing Company
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Two of this year’s Supreme Court decisions will have major implications for the operations of our higher education clients. In an effort to help with compliance efforts, Bowditch is pleased to announce a new session of the Higher Education Roundtable Series. These moderated discussions offer an opportunity for college and university administrators to talk candidly among each other about common issues and learn from each other’s successes and challenges. The roundtables are limited to employees of colleges and universities, and are not recorded, which we hope will allow for robust discussion.
This fall’s roundtable will focus on two topics:
The Supreme Court’s decision in SFFA vs. Harvard invalidated the approach that many colleges and universities take in considering applicants’ race as part of admissions decisions. Many colleges and universities, however, remain committed to the goal of a diverse student body.
This conversation will be moderated by Bowditch attorneys, including Brigid Harrington and Ben Hinks, and will involve discussion on topics such as:
The Supreme Court’s decision in Groff v. DeJoy changed the approach that employers must take to considering requests for religious accommodations. This may be especially impactful for institutions that have a vaccine mandate and offer exemptions from that mandate based on religion. Recent precedent in the District of Massachusetts regarding vaccine mandates will also be discussed.
Discussion topics will include:
The discussion will be led by Bowditch attorneys Brigid Harrington, Chelsie Vokes and Ben Hinks.
Springfield date also available on September 21.
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Tuesday Sep 19, 2023
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
September 19, 2023 from 3:30-5pm with networking afterward
UMass Club, One Beacon Street, 32nd Floor, Lowell Room, Boston, MA
One Beacon Street, 32nd Floor