Graduate Student Expelled on Sexual Misconduct Sues Syracuse University for Biased Title IX Investigation

Allen Law LLC has sued Syracuse University on behalf of a graduate student following his expulsion for alleged sexual misconduct. The plaintiff, referred to anonymously as John Doe, claims the Title IX investigation was biased and that the sanctions imposed were unfair. Filed on Monday, Feb. 12, this is the…
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An In-Depth Look: Title IX and the Code of Conduct at Connecticut College

Connecticut College has a unique Honor Code in which a select group of students disciplines their peers. However, a self-standing quasi-judiciary handles Title IX sexual misconduct violations under a separate system. College enrollment is just over 1,800 students. Despite this small student body, Conn College received 12 reports of rape,…
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New Title IX Statistics Show Saying “No” Works

Arguments over statistics and Title IX are nothing new, but researchers rarely focus on what is effective in preventing sexual assault. Now a recent study by social scientists at Columbia University suggests an effective way to counter sexual assault on campus along with student misconduct policies and Title IX. The…
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Disability Rights and Title IX

It is becoming increasingly clear that students with disabilities are both disproportionately vulnerable to accusations of sexual misconduct and disproportionately vulnerable to sexual misconduct. On the Friday before Thanksgiving week, the Office for Civil Rights of the US Department of Education issued proposed rules governing Title IX, the federal law…
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Betsy DeVos’ Proposed Campus Sexual Assault Rules Bolster Rights Of Accused

Featured on NPR, this program aired on November 20, 2018. A narrower definition of sexual harassment, strengthening the rights of the accused. We’ll get reaction to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ proposed new regulations on campus sexual assault. Guests Katie Mangan, senior writer for the Chronicle of Higher Education. (@KatherineMangan) Samantha…
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