The U.S., the U.K., China, Australia, France… everyone is grappling with what to do as reports of campus sexual misconduct increase. This webinar will be presented by a panel with decades of experience who advise institutions of higher education in the US with programs abroad.
Our experts from across the US will address:
The types of conduct being reported: Sexual harassment & sexual assault
Prevention strategies: Some things are required for compliance, some things actually work
Formulating an effective response:
What to do when the organization receives a report:
Anonymous complaints, third-hand reports, claims from prior employees and students, decades-old conduct and other challenges
What is the institution’s legal obligation?
Specific issues in higher education:
Dealing with power: senior administrators, faculty, and coaches accused of sexual misconduct
Does Title IX apply to international locations of U.S. institutions?
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is an invitation-only event exclusively for clients of ELA member law firms. The information presented will be of particular interest to:
Campus, In-house Counsel
Title IX Administrators and Investigators
Human Resources Professionals
Student Affairs Professionals
Kate Nash - Moderator
Tueth Keeny Cooper Mohan Jackstadt P.C.
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn
Gray, Plant, Mooty