General Counsel

The general counsel is responsible for the management of legal work arising from the activities of Berklee’s programs and associated activities. The general counsel performs a wide variety of legal services, including the following:

  • Providing legal advice and representation to Berklee and its officers and employees while acting on the college’s behalf
  • Advising college officials on regulatory compliance and other legal issues
  • Representing the college in litigation before federal and state courts and administrative agencies
  • Advising on issues involving risk management
  • Assistance with policy development
  • Preparing and negotiating contracts between the college and other entities
  • Representing the college in commercial transactions
  • Establishing relationships with and supervising the activities of outside counsel

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Brand and Trademark
Equity
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Protocol
Foreign Sources and Gift Reporting
Higher Education Opportunity Act
Student Education Records (FERPA)
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