A series of events can quickly escalate into a crisis at any institution. Such occasions require leaders to engage in careful thought and consideration of a variety of perspectives in order to reach the appropriate response.
Please join us for an analysis of a hypothetical campus crisis presented by a panel of higher education leaders and crisis management advisors. Our panelists will demonstrate how to swiftly sort the facts and pivot – to mitigate liability and reputational damage – and avoid catastrophe.
Sidley is pleased to bring together this distinguished group of higher education and other professionals who will share guidelines and tips for effectively navigating a multifaceted university crisis on all fronts.
Lisa Brown, Vice President & General Counsel, Georgetown University
Ellen Davis, Managing Director, Sard Verbinnen & Co.
Philip L. Dubois, Chancellor Emeritus, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and University of Wyoming
Morton Schapiro, President and Professor, Northwestern University
Wendy M. Lazerson, Partner, Crisis Management Education and Other Non-Profits Team, and Global Co-leader, Labor, Employment and Immigration Practice, Sidley
Karen A. Popp, Partner & Co-leader, Crisis Management Education and Other Non-Profits, and Global Co-leader, White Collar: Government Litigation and Investigations Practice, Sidley