Sign up today for free webinars available for professionals working in health law and policy, human resources on March 23, April 4

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Need to learn more about what’s new in telehealth or what HR professionals can expect under the Trump Administration?

Wake Forest Law’s online only Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree and certificate program is offering two free, lunchtime webinars on March 23 and April 4 for professionals working in health law and policy and human resources.

The first webinar, presented by Bryan T. Arkwright, Managing Consultant, Schumacher Clinical Partners Consulting, will offer “A Telehealth Industry Overview” at noon EST on March 23 via WebEx. Registration is required on WebEx.

Participants will learn about the fast-growing telehealth industry and its impact on healthcare and the key stakeholders (patients, providers, health care organizations, vendors), including an overview of the legal issues and risks.

The second webinar, presented by Anna Richardson Smith, partner at Rountree Losee, will address “What HR Professionals Need to Know About the Administration Transition” at noon EST on April 4 via WebEx. Registration is required on WebEx.

Participants will learn about the potential impacts of the Trump Administration change on their workplace, including an overview of laws relevant to personnel management.

The Master of Studies in Law is a fully online, part-time degree and certificate program for working professionals who need to learn how to navigate the law, not practice it. Students learn to manage risk and add value to their workplace through two tracks: Health Law & Policy or Human Resources.

The Master of Studies in Law curriculum was designed with the input of business and industry leaders, including professional advisory boards for each track.

Applications are accepted throughout the year and there are program start dates available in January, May and August. The application deadline for the May 23, 2017, start is April 30.