When did your school most recently update its enrollment agreement? Does the enrollment agreement address parental comportment, force majeure and other hot topics?
In this webinar, Sara Goldsmith Schwartz, Founder and President of Schwartz Hannum PC, will explore the key elements of creating a legally enforceable enrollment agreement, common traps that independent schools ought to avoid when drafting and enforcing enrollment agreements, and best practices for switching from paper enrollment agreements to online enrollment agreements.
Please note: This webinar will not be recorded and shared. Plan to attend live.
Key provisions to include in enrollment agreements (and common problems you might encounter).
Processes and policies for creating and enforcing online enrollment agreements.
Special considerations for the COVID climate, students over 18, and more.
Sara Goldsmith Schwartz is the Founder and President of Schwartz Hannum PC, a law firm based in Andover, MA, that represents more than 200 independent schools, colleges and universities throughout the United States. Schwartz Hannum’s Education Practice provides comprehensive guidance with respect to the myriad issues that challenge school administrators, including student and employee disciplinary matters, internal grievances and investigations, risk management, safety audits, regulatory compliance, and governance matters.
Sara is a graduate of Concord Academy and a cum laude graduate of both Yale College and Harvard Law School. She began her legal career at the law firm of Ropes & Gray in Boston after completing a federal court clerkship with The Honorable William Young in Boston. She is a frequent speaker at seminars for attorneys, human resources professionals, educational leaders and independent school administrators.