Title IX for College & University Faculty

Faculty Title IX

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination (including discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity) at educational institutions that receive federal funds – which includes nearly all colleges and universities, both public and private. While you may associate Title IX with protections for students, it also protects faculty from sex discrimination and provides important protections for the accused as well. If you believe that your rights under Title IX have been violated, you need a knowledgeable Title IX lawyer. Contact Allen Harris to learn more about how we can help.

Do I Need a Title IX Lawyer?

Perhaps you are being sexually harassed by a colleague or being denied professional opportunities because of your sex or sexual orientation. Or perhaps a student has accused you of creating a hostile environment based on the way you covered controversial subject matter in class. Whether you are the victim of discrimination, or you believe that you’ve been wrongfully accused, you need an attorney who fully understands Title IX and can effectively represent you through every step of the process ahead.

Contact Our Firm

For years, the knowledgeable lawyers here at Allen Harris have represented both complainants and respondents in campus Title IX proceedings and in Title IX litigation. Let us put those years of experience to work for you. No matter your situation, we will do everything in our power to fight for your rights. Contact Allen Harris to schedule your initial consultation with our firm today. We are ready to listen to your story and provide you with the personalized legal assistance you deserve.