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March 24 Webinar:  Updates on Title IX and School Expulsions
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OCR and DOJ Issue Clear Guidance that Denying Transgender Students Access to the Bathroom and Sports Team Corresponding to Their Identified Gender Violates Title IX
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No Question: OCR Recognizes Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Discrimination as Violation of Title IX
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Does President Biden’s Executive Order on Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Discrimination Overrule OCR’s Recent Guidance?
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OCR Doubles Down on Position that Title IX Equity Rules Do Not Protect Transgender Students
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New York Federal District Court Holds That Title IX Regulations Apply Retroactively
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OCR Makes Clear That COVID-19 Does Not Alter School Districts’ Obligations Under the New Title IX Regulations
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Nothing But Net: Title IX and Employment Discrimination in Piscitelli v. University of Saint Joseph
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To Sign or Not to Sign – The New Dilemma for Title IX Coordinators
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No Winning: Connecticut's Transgender Athlete Policy Deemed a Violation of Title IX
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Part III in a Series: Is Your District Prepared to Implement the New Title IX Regulations at the Start of the 2020-2021 School Year? The Formal Complaint Process
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Part II in a Series: Is Your District Prepared to Implement the New Title IX Regulations at the Start of the 2020-2021 School Year? Initial Response to Allegations of Sexual Harassment
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Part I in a Series: Is Your District Prepared to Implement the New Title IX Regulations at the Start of the 2020-2021 School Year?
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Bad Sport: Title IX and the High Cost of Inequitable Athletic Programs in Portz v. St. Cloud State University
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Strictly Speaking: Limiting Title IX Student-on-Student Sexual Harassment Claims in Kollaritsch v. Michigan State University Board of Trustees
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TITLE IX STUDENT DISCIPLINARY CODES DEEMED CONTRACTS IN JOHN DOE V. THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
CROSS-EXAMINATION IN TITLE IX DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS DEEMED CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT IN DOE V. BAUM
THE ELEMENTS OF TITLE IX LIABILITY IN FEMINIST MAJORITY FOUNDATION V. UNIVERSITY OF MARY WASHINGTON AND K.T. V. CULVER-STOCKTON COLLEGE
LIMITING TITLE IX LIABILITY IN DOE V. THE CITADEL
Doe v. Brown University: Non-Students and the Limits of Title IX Liability
Stick to the Script: The Consequences of Mishandling Sexual Misconduct Investigations in Doe v. Skidmore College
Canary in a Coal Mine: Analyzing Title IX, OCR, and On-Campus Sexual Misconduct Adjudications in Plummer v. University of Houston
Check Please: OCR's Future in the Wake of Proposed Budget Cuts
Flushed: Supreme Court Vacates Fourth Circuit's Title IX Transgender Bathroom Decision in Gloucester County v. G.G.
Title IX and Due Process: University Enrollment as Property Interest in DOE v. ALGER
Making Different Choices: Navigating University Grievance Procedures Under Title IX in MOORE v. TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
I Meant What I Said: Transgender Student Rights In Connecticut In The Face Of The Latest Federal Court Developments
Half-Baked: Phillips Exeter, Sexual Assault, And A Recipe For Disaster
G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board – A Tipping Point on Transgender Student Access Issues?
Out of Bounds: Title IX, Off-Campus Conduct, and Yeasin V. University of Kansas
Making Bad Choices: TITLE IX, TITLE VII AND LUDLOW V. NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
The Importance Of A Title IX Coordinator
The Ends Justify The Means: Ha v. Northwestern University and Responding to Sexual Harassment Under Title IX
Discipline as Defamation: Title IX, Disciplinary Panels, and The Risks of Righteousness in The Wake of Wells V. Xavier and Harris V. St. Joseph's
Wells v. Xavier University: Investigating Campus Sexual Assaults and The Perils of Predetermination Under Title IX
Leveling the Playing Field: Providing Equitable Athletic Opportunities for Disabled Students

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