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    NCAA Passes Resolution Seeking To Clarify The Role of Athletic Departments in Campus Sexual Assault Investigations

    On August 08, 2014, the Executive Committee of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) passed a resolution (the “Resolution”) addressing how athletic departments should handle cases of sexual misconduct involving student athletes. “The committee, composed of 20 university presidents and chancellors, passed the resolution addressing sexual violence prevention and response at a time when questions […]

    English Teacher’s Blog Post Ruled As Unprotected Speech

    A Pennsylvania District Court dismissed teacher Natalie Munroe’s violation of free speech claim against the Central Bucks School District. Ms. Munroe accused the School District and some administrators for violating her free speech when she was fired after her blog posts about her students went public. ​In 2011, Ms. Munroe posted about her students on her blog. Without mentioning any by name, Ms. Munroe referred […]

    Title IX Compliance Seminar

    In the past few months, we have reported on how sixty-eight higher education institutions throughout the nation have made it onto the U.S. Department of Education’s public list of colleges and universities that are currently under investigation for allegedly mishandling complaints of sexual assault and sexual harassment in violation of Title IX. Their names have […]

    U.S Senate Proposes New Bill Aimed at Curbing Campus Sexual Assault

    Last week, a bipartisan group of eight U.S. Senators unveiled legislation aimed at decreasing the number of sexual assaults occurring on college and university campuses across the nation. The proposed legislation, titled the “Campus Accountability and Safety Act,” seeks to codify much of the recent White House guidance and comes just weeks after a Senate […]