Panelist, National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), Higher Education Discrimination CLE, Seattle, WA, April 2019. Advanced CLE presentation covered practical guidance for handling the ethical issues which arise for in-house and outside counsel in complex discrimination matters.
Keynote Speaker, University of Maine system annual Title IX conference for full leadership and administrators, May 2019. Engagement also included leading a roundtable discussion for Title IX professionals in this university system.
Co-presenter on Access to Education, October 2022.
Discussion leader on the Intersection of Title IX and Title VII, October 2021
Co-presenter on Student Mental Health Following the Onset of COVID-19, October 2020.
Co-presenter on college admissions; discussion leader on implicit bias, October 2019.
Co-presenter on the intersection of Title IX and disability issues; discussion leader on the #MeToo movement, October 2018
Panelist, Annual Conference, National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education & the Professions, City University of New York, April 2019.
Faculty (Part-time) for Education Law and Public Policy, a graduate level course, dual-listed at Boston College Law School and Boston College Lynch School of Education and Human Development. Fall 2021.
Panelist, Rhode Island Bar Association Annual Meeting, June 2019.
Presentation to individuals with disabilities about discrimination and employment laws and workplace rights. March 2021.
Presented to Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents (NESCA) .
Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston and North Adams, MA. Panelists for these CLE programs also included a representative of OCR, U.S. Department of Education. The Title IX CLE program in North Adams was co-sponsored by the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
Reading-North Reading Chamber of Commerce
Legal developments impacting corporate internships
Framingham State University's screening of film Other People's Footage: Copyright & Fair Use. Following the film, Janet Faulkner served on a panel with faculty and filmmakers answering questions about use of third party video footage, voice, media and music in creative works.
Co-presenter, Annual Employment Law Update