Global Citizens, Business and Modern States
These sessions focus on what every global citizen, student, worker and business person must know to live, work and do business within modern States and globally. The political, legal and social context underpins it all.
Law School In Hours
These sessions touch on the political, legal and social underpinnings of legal systems, but focus on specific areas of law that must be grasped by citizens, workers, business persons, consumers and investors.
Business and Legal Precedents | Contracts, Policies | Subscriptions
Business persons and consumers must understand contract law, contract instruments and how they are distinct from business policy and public law regulation. Business development and effective operations depend on stakeholder relationships that are well structured, documented and understood. Precedent products are a step in that direction for smaller enterprises, but are not a replacement for direct lawyer services.
Education Futures | Disruptive Innovation
Commercial Reality, Law, Innovation and Opportunity | John Boon J.D.
Disruptive (positive) innovation is raging through the education sector – just as it did with publishing, broadcasting, film and other media content sectors. This book (out of print) and now modular programs help students, institutions and regulators navigate new terrain and drive rather than just adapt to change.
More Information | See Links Below
See Links Below Also | These free resources provide lists of key media sources, leaders and innovators associated with education sector innovation. We recommend regular monitoring of many of these education media sources.
Seminar | BC Private Training Act, Nov. 24, 2016
This event examines a variety of laws that apply to the private training sector – with a focus on BC’s new Private Training Act.
Core Principles of Higher Ed | Education Freedom Key – Not Free Education
Student-Institution Contracts – Core Inclusions – Limited Government Power
See Also: Work Integrated Learning (Institutions and Third Parties)
Contracts, Regulation and Competency Based Education (Not Credit Hour Based)
Includes | The Legal Side of Innovative Assessment, Credential and Credential Evaluation Systems
Institutions and Third Party Interests | Third Party Interests and Institutions
How Institutions, Recruiters and Students Can and Must Modify Legal Relationships
How Institutions, Immigration Consultants or Lawyers and Students Must Modify Legal Relationships
Institutions and Third Party Services – The Quest for Efficiencies – Unsound Government Restrictions
Contracts and Regulation for Effective Workplace Integrated Learning
Contract Precedents for Education Sector | Including BC PTA
How Students and Institutions Can Avoid and Manage Contract Disputes
Why Most Institution Ranking Systems Are Useless
Why Students Must Be Wary of Student Service Groups
Institution and Third Party (Non-Government) Accreditors
How Education Regulators Can Meet Challenges and Adapt To Change
Coming Soon | Tentatively to Include
Respecting Public Law and Private Law Distinctions
Education Service Product Quality In Legal Terms – How Regulators Get It Wrong
Negative Results of Mixing Quality Assurance, Loan, Study Permit and Other Risk Sets
Legal Problems With Federal-Provincial Institution Designations for Loan and Study Permit Programs
How To Solve Post Grad Work Permit Issues and Private Sector Exclusion
Distinguishing Branding Programs and Regulation
The Case and Need for Decentralized Accreditation
Case Study | Ten Major Problems With the BC Private Training Act
The Desperate Need for National and International Standards (not government imposed)