Date: October 30, 2018
Time: 8:00–10:00 a.m.
Location: Nixon Peabody LLP, 900 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101
Please join us for a key discussion of emerging issues concerning campus sexual misconduct, which is at the forefront of national concern and debate in education.
Institutions are facing vexing issues as they apply evolving interpretations of the law when examining their sexual misconduct complaint processes, especially given the realities of their particular campuses, the specter of significant changes in status quo under the Department of Education’s proposed Title IX regulations, and the interpretation (and misinterpretation) of the relevant law in an expanding body of judicial decisions.
Bridge the current uncertainty gap by attending this session, which will provide you and your institution with the full 360º view on recent case developments and proposed regulations and how to implement them. We will be led by an esteemed faculty that deals with these student safety issues every day. The panelists include Steven Richard, whose practice includes the development of proper policies on campuses and litigation of precedent-setting cases on behalf of colleges and universities; Tina Sciocchetti, who oversaw professional discipline for sexual misconduct in school settings as a former executive director at the New York State Education Department, and has on-campus experience managing campus sexual misconduct cases on behalf of private institutions; and David A. Vicinanzo, a longtime federal prosecutor and crisis manager.
This course is eligible for 1.5 CLE and HRCI credits. Click here for continuing education details.