Aaron Bayer is a litigation partner and the head of the firm's Education Practice Group. He represents numerous institutions of higher education, private secondary and technical schools, and other non-profit organizations. He has advised education clients on a wide array of regulatory and compliance matters and assisted them in responding to investigations by state and federal authorities, including investigation of Title IX claims. His advice is tempered by a deep understanding of the culture and operations of colleges and universities, having served as the General Counsel and Secretary of Connecticut College from 2000-2003. In that position, he coordinated the work of the Board of Trustees, advised the College's President, and oversaw all of the College's legal affairs, including litigation, contracts, internal policies and procedures, and compliance with state and federal law. He taught Constitutional Law at both the College and the U. S. Coast Guard Academy, and served as Acting Vice President for Advancement in 2002.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Aaron Bayer