The Catholic University of America

Welcome to the Campus Legal Information Clearinghouse ( CLIC)

Welcome to the Office of General Counsel at The Catholic University of America. This website is created as a useful summary of state and local laws that impact private institutions of higher education.|

This website does not and cannot provide legal advice regarding specific or individual legal problems. Users should consult their own legal counsel regarding specific problems. Materials on this site are not warranted or in any way guaranteed to assure complete legal compliance. 

Who We Are provides a description of the staff at The Catholic University of America's Office of General Counsel. 

Catholic University Consumer Information
Title IV and Tile IX required information, including HEOA 2008 disclosures.

New Content: NACUANOTE: Managing Camp Liability by Scott Goldschmidt and Ann Franke, Feb. 10, 2017

Copyright and Permission to Use: Users of this web page may copy, distribute, and display the materials on this page for any non-commercial purpose without seeking permission as long as appropriate attribution is given to The Catholic University of America. Note that to the extent we have linked to others' materials (e.g. NACUANOTES, outside law firms, etc.) this license to use may not apply, and separate permission may be needed from the author of the work. 


Photo Credits
The photos in the montage come from the CUA Archives. The latin inscription is the Mullen Library Front Door, circa 1974, and the other photo is the view of Mullen from the Shrine, circa the 70s.


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Faculty and Staff Resources

This web page is designed to be of use to full time faculty and other instructional staff, including lecturers and adjuncts. The Office of General Counsel practices a preventive law approach. We encourage faculty to read the university policies that will assist them in properly performing their work.

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