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College Discipline and Title IX Defense

Production Date: April 19, 2018 Practice Areas: Education Law and Administrative Law Estimated Length: 60 minutes

The representation of college students for school disciplinary actions have changed drastically over the last 7 years. From the 2011 Dear Colleague letter that outlined new rules for colleges to follow when dealing with sexual violence or harassment to the most recent reversals by the department of education, if you are going to represent a client in a disciplinary or Title IX case you must fully understand the law and the procedure when representing or advising a client.

Scott Limmer, a criminal defense attorney who has also represented clients in college disciplinary hearings across the Northeast, will provide an overview and practice tips for handling Title IX defense.


Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss the rights students have with respect to disciplinary hearings
  2. Review the impact of Title IX on college disciplinary actions regarding sexual abuse or harassment
  3. Represent a client faced with a disciplinary or Title IX charge