Service Learning and Internships Abroad

NACUA 2019 Annual Conference

On June 24, Vinita joined a panel of in-house counsel from major universities to discuss applied learning programing as part of NACUA’s 2019 Annual Conference. The panel gave an overview of different types of non-traditional models for experiential learning programing and discussed associated legal, tax, and regulatory compliance concerns, such as foreign labor law compliance, insurance, and visa restrictions. The panel also reviewed organizational strategies and best practices for addressing those associated legal and compliance concerns, as well as tips for working and contracting with third-party foreign and domestic entities that assist in or offer experiential study abroad programs.