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COLLEGE CHAOS – It’s fair to say that general counsel at colleges and universities aren’t getting a ton of sleep these days. Dan Clark reports that top attorneys at campuses that plan to resume in-person classes in the fall have been tasked with figuring out how to protect students and employees from spreading COVID-19 while also mitigating their university’s risk. That means looking over everything from cleaning protocols to dorm housing contracts. College lawyers are also facing a slew of class actions brought by students who want tuition refunds for the spring semester, arguing that their online classes were inferior.

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