“An accused student’s rights must be guaranteed.” The latest on Title IX Hearings in Michigan

“An accused student’s rights must be guaranteed — not left open for interpretation. . . . Imposing a suspension, prior to a hearing and adjudication is unconstitutional.” John Doe v University of Michigan, et al, Case No. 18-11776, March 23, 2020. That does not appear to be a sweeping or controversial statement – at least itContinue reading ““An accused student’s rights must be guaranteed.” The latest on Title IX Hearings in Michigan”

WHEN TITLE IX AND TITLE IX REFORM GOES AWRY

Link:    http://freep.mi.newsmemory.com/?publink=01db1d8aa Everyone should be clear about what Title IX disciplinary hearings are about. The typical Title IX case is one student accusing a fellow student of a “date rape” type sexual assault, following a date, or a night of drinking at the bar. They are NOT about Larry Nassar. Let’s make this clear – Nassar wasContinue reading “WHEN TITLE IX AND TITLE IX REFORM GOES AWRY”

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