Linda Rawles Law

Integrity. Good for Business.

(480) 540 6816

What We Do

Corporate, Regulatory & Higher Education Law and Compliance Counsel

Not-for-profit, Proprietary & Publicly Traded Companies and Schools

  • Practical regulatory counsel in the business or academic context.

  • Compliance advice with a risk management, cost/benefit perspective.

  • General Counsel Services that combine the best of in-house and outside firm practices.

  • Corporate compliance programs that merge industry specific regulations with federal guidelines.

  • Ethics and government affairs assistance that really work – first, do no harm.

  • Troubleshooting and compliance for Title IV Program Integrity regulations

  • Gainful Employment and State Authorization compliance and counsel

  • Incentive Compensation and Misrepresentation reviews and brainstorming solutions

  • Title IX issues and culture-specific training that includes Clery, VAWA and SaVE

  • Financial Aid training and Quality Assurance services

  • Comprehensive or targeted Mock Program Reviews

  • Financial Aid student and school Eligibility issues

  • Consumer Disclosures and other policy and procedure writing, revision or reviewIX issues and culture 

Contact Linda for advice.

Initial conversation at no charge.

Mock Program Reviews and Compliance Audits

  • Comprehensive or targeted to meet your budget and needs
  • Conducted from a regulator’s perspective
  • Financial Aid files scrubbed
  • Crime reporting, drug/alcohol and other important policy/procedure review
  • Remediation counsel – “fix as we find” reduces exposure
  • Be ready for a real Department of Education – or other regulator – visit or inquiry
  • REQUEST our list of what we review

General Counsel Services

  • Less expensive than in-house or most outside models
  • Flexible service amounts to fit your needs and budget
  • General corporate and business counsel – experienced and practical
  • Business, employment, regulatory – tailored to your industry
  • Risk mitigation and litigation prevention
  • Very responsive and easy to work with

Higher Education Regulatory

  • Program Integrity Regulations to stay eligible for Title IV participation
  • Incentive Compensation and admissions pay, promotions and terminations
  • Gainful Employment reporting, disclosures and program eligibility
  • Misrepresentation prevention and Consumer Disclosure requirements
  • School eligibility, student eligibility, other regulatory challenges

Title IX – Sexual Violence, Assault, Harassment, Violence 

  • Prevention, education and training: a legal and moral imperative
  • Policy and procedure writing and review
  • Culture-specific, custom program development – not “off the shelf”
  •  Solutions that are ongoing and responsive to Office of Civil Rights dictates and student needs