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Managing Your Campus Legal Needs: An Essential Guide to Selecting Counsel

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Managing Your Campus Legal Needs: An Essential Guide to Selecting Counsel

April 14, 2009

A paper by the National Association of College and University Attorneys in collaboration with ACE. Written primarily for college and university presidents and other administrators who use the services of campus lawyers, the paper explains what those lawyers do, how their offices are organized and what consumers of legal services have the right to expect from them.

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