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Revising Your Campus Policies to Comply with Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act - Legal and Practical Considerations (EDU361P)

Presented By : Erin E. Dolly
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90 minutes
  •  Tue, March 15, 2016
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Legal and Practical Considerations for Revising Your Campus Policies in Accordance with Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act

With evolving obligations for institutions to comply with training on, responding to, and reporting of campus sexual misconduct, it can be challenging for an institution to keep their policies current and legally compliant.

In addition to revisions required to comply with recent regulations (including the Violence Against Women Act - which took effect July 1, 2015), institutions must factor-in guidance (in the form of "Dear Colleague Letters") from the Office of Civil Rights for the U.S Department of Education (OCR) or risk being added to the growing number of institutions being investigated by OCR for their response to reports of sexual violence.

In such a complex legal landscape, it is understandable that institutions often fail to consider practical implications when they revise their policies. This fast-paced, high-content webinar with expert speaker Erin E. Dolly, an attorney who specializes in counseling institutions of higher education, will bring you up-to-date with all the revisions you need to make in your campus policies to comply with Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act. This webinar will also cover some legal and practical points to consider as it's critical that institutions ensure that their policies are not just legally compliant on paper, but are practical to implement and follow.

Session Highlights

  • Revising your policies and protocols to comply with the VAWA amendments to Clery (including reporting, training and procedural requirements).
  • Tips to be consistent with current OCR official guidance as well as expectations (based on a review of OCR resolution agreements).
  • Addressing current challenges arising in the courts (including the role of counsel, parties' confrontation limitations, the training of hearing panels, and gender discrimination in the treatment of sexual conduct between intoxicated parties).
  • How to adopt legal training and education requirements to improve your campus environment.
  • Ten tips for minimizing your legal risk concerning sexual misconduct claims.

Who should attend?

  • General Counsel/Associate General Counsel
  • Title IX Coordinators and administrators of post-secondary educational institutions responsible for investigating and/or handling reports of student misconduct and their related procedures.
  • Campus Security Personnel (including any individuals responsible for Clery reporting).
  • Deans of Students
  • Human Resources Personnel
  • Postsecondary Regulatory and Compliance Professionals
  • Attorneys who represent post-secondary educational institutions
About Our Speaker(s)

Erin E. Dolly, Educational Issues and Trends ExpertErin E. Dolly
Erin E. Dolly is an attorney at Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP in San Francisco, where she counsels institutions of higher education and other public and private employers on a broad range of legal matters, including labor, employment, student affairs and compliance issues. Erin advises private and public employers on issues r... More info

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