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Title IX Sexual Misconduct – Comprehensive Webinar Series

Archived Webinar Detail

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October 19, 2016
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Credits
CLE
1.0/1.2*
HRCI
1.0
SHRM
1.0
NOTE: No CLE credit can be earned for watching recordings of past webinars.

* The firm is an accredited provider of CLE in California, New York, Missouri and Texas.  We are also accredited providers of HRCI and SHRM.

Sexual assault prevention and Title IX compliance have always been critical goals for colleges and universities, but these laws and institutional obligations have become increasingly complex. Higher education now faces scrutiny from federal agencies, the media, students, parents, and the community, and the threat of complaints and litigation is ever-present. 

Jackson Lewis’ Higher Education Group is pleased to present a four-part webinar series covering everything colleges and universities need to know to navigate these waters,  all while staying true to institutional missions and core values.
 

What You’ll Learn:

Session 1– Policies and Procedures
Presented by Tom Dorer, Susan Friedfel, and Bethany Swaton Wagner

During this session attendees will learn what critical content needs to be included in sexual misconduct policies; staffing decisions; confidentiality obligations; as well as the investigator v. hearing model.

Session 2 – Sexual Misconduct Training, Awareness Campaigns, and Climate Surveys
Presented by Susan Friedfel, Monica Khetarpal, and Nikki Wilson

During this session we will cover effective Title IX training practices, including who needs to be trained, on what, and how training should be delivered; as well as effective awareness campaigns, designing and distributing climate surveys.

Session 3 – Investigations, Hearings, and Appeals
Presented by Susan Friedfel and Paul Kelly

During this session our speakers will give practical techniques on how to conduct an effective investigation and hearing; including maintaining fairness and equity.

Session 4 – Latest Developments in Litigation and USDOE Compliance Determinations
Presented by Susan Friedfel and Pat Rocks

Our final session will provide lessons to be learned from recent OCR resolution agreements; recent guidance on transgender students on campus; the latest litigation trends; and upcoming legislative initiatives.

Contact Us for More Information

Please contact Courtney Christie at Courtney.Christie@jacksonlewis.com or 703-483-8304.