Breaking: Title IX Transgender Protections (Higher Ed)

with
Richard F. Verstegen
On-Demand
$129.00
Training Includes:
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
  • An on-demand recording will be available after the live presentation.

Title IX expert Rick Verstegen will share insights into the upcoming updates and protections for transgender students. You will learn how to update your policies and practices to prepare to comply.

What You'll Learn

  • What will the new Title IX regulations likely include?
  • What are your legal obligations to welcome and affirm LGBTQ students?
  • Do transgender athletes have an advantage? Is it fair in the eyes of the law?
  • How are schools’ requirements for sexual harassment investigations changing?
  • What is the impact of Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia on higher education?
  • What can you learn from pending transgender discrimination complaints?

Training Overview

Are your Title IX policies updated for 2022-23? Adapt to new transgender students and investigation requirements.

The Department of Education plans to issue a proposed rule defining how Title IX covers transgender students in April. The draft text of the regulation includes this key sentence, according to the people familiar with it: “Discrimination on the basis of sex includes discrimination on the basis of sex stereotypes, sex-related characteristics (including intersex traits), pregnancy or related conditions, sexual orientation, and gender identity.”

 

For the third time in three administrations, the regulations will also likely rewrite complex rules for colleges and universities to adjudicate sexual harassment and assault allegations. The Trump administration’s version included more due process rights for the accused, and the new version is expected to be friendlier to those leveling the accusations.

 

As higher education institutions grapple with high suicide rates of LGBTQ students, the participation of transgender athletes in school sports, and 54 pending cases of transgender discrimination, you need to ensure your college or university adheres to current law and prepare for the upcoming regulation.

 

      What will the new Title IX regulations likely include?

      What are your legal obligations to welcome and affirm LGBTQ students?

      Do transgender athletes have an advantage? Is it fair in the eyes of the law?

      How are schools’ requirements for sexual harassment investigations changing?

      What is the impact of Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia on higher education?

      What can you learn from pending transgender discrimination complaints?

Who Should Attend?

  • Title IX coordinators
  • Presidents
  • Chancellors
  • Provosts
  • Vice presidents
  • Vice provosts
  • Deans
  • Associate and assistant deans
  • Academic department chairpersons
  • Athletic directors
  • Diversity and equity professionals
  • Student affairs professionals
  • Compliance officers
  • Investigators

Expert Presenter

Richard F. Verstegen 

  • Partner with Boardman & Clark, LLP of Madison, Wisconsin
  • School Law Practice Group and Labor and Employment Group
  • Represents educational institutions in a variety of education law matters
  • Published many articles regarding education and employment law
  • Former president of the Wisconsin School Attorneys Association
  • Current member of the State Bar of Wisconsin
  • JD degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School

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