[WEBINAR] COVID-19 Vaccines: The Impact on Higher Education

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[WEBINAR] COVID-19 Vaccines: The Impact on Higher Education

Events Date: January 20, 2021

Please join us for Part 4 of our Vaccine Webinar Series, "The Impact of the COVID-19 Vaccines on Higher Education." Click here to register!

--About the Webinar--
Wednesday, January 20
Time: 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Platform: Zoom Webinar

Webinar Focus: Please join us for a roundtable discussion about the legal considerations surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and higher education. The discussion will be led by attorney Martin Siegel, chair of the COVID-19 Response Service Team. He will be accompanied by partner David Freedman, chair of the Education Practice Group, and attorney Sarah Yerger, member of the Employment and Education groups, and attorney Katelyn Rohrbaugh, member of the Litigation and Education groups.

The four attorneys will talk about some of the specific challenges institutions of higher education face when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine. Some of the questions they will discuss are: What is the current status of the vaccine? Can colleges and universities mandate some or all of their employees to get vaccinated? Can institutions of higher education require proof of vaccination before allowing students to come to campus? What are the special considerations for students? We hope you can join us for this timely and relevant discussion!

--Webinar Log-in Instructions--
You need to register to attend this webinar. Click here to register.
You will need an internet connection, access to a computer, and audio capability via computer or phone in order to participate in this webinar.
You will receive log-in instructions in your EventBrite confirmation email. If you do not receive log-in instructions or if you have any questions, please reach out to Jennifer Mowen at jmowen@barley.com or 717-553-1066.

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