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Emerging Issues in Title IX Compliance, Investigations & Litigation

Legal changes and best practices through the lens of new regulations

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    Allegations of sexual misconduct on college campuses and challenges to the fairness and thoroughness of investigative and adjudicative processes persist. With the implementation of the U.S. Department of Education’s regulations in August 2020 and the Biden administration’s final revisions to those regulations on the horizon, compliance is challenging. Both schools and students continue to face uncertainty and look to legal counsel for navigating complex processes.

    Learn from three experienced Title IX attorneys, two of whom regularly advise colleges and universities, and one who works directly with students to prepare and advise them throughout the administrative process. The knowledgeable panel share insights on the many facets of sexual misconduct cases on campus—including assisting colleges and universities in developing and executing campus policies and processes, gathering evidence and preparing for an investigator interview, investigating claims of sexual misconduct in a fair and impartial manner, navigating the “live hearing” and other technical requirements of the regulations, and responding to charges filed with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR). The panel also address the latest court opinions addressing legal challenges to student disciplinary proceedings. If your practice involves any Title IX issue or question, this is one seminar you should not miss. 

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