Published: January 03, 2013
Mintz Levin Attorney Tyrone P. Thomas to Present at Council of Independent Colleges 2013 Presidents Institute
WASHINGTON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Tyrone
P. Thomas, an attorney in the Employment,
Labor & Benefits Section of Mintz,
Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., will be
speaking at the 2013 Presidents Institute held by the Council of
Independent Colleges (CIC). The meeting will take place January 4-7 in
Palm Harbor, Florida.
Mr. Thomas' presentation is entitled, "Presidential Contracts:
The CIC's Presidents Institute is the largest annual meeting of college
and university presidents in the country, bringing together the chief
executives of independent colleges and universities to explore practical
approaches to the major issues faced by campus leaders. The theme of
this year's Institute is "Catalysts for the Common Good."
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