Title IX And Emotions: Guidelines For Compliance

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Education law expert Rick Verstegen will help you identify the crucial implications for emotional Title IX cases. You will learn how to apply policies and procedures while simultaneously considering and comforting the feelings of complainants, respondents, witnesses, and other parties.

What You'll Learn

  • What are the legal requirements for supportive measures?
  • What are the due process rights of respondents?
  • How does Title IX define your responsibilities regarding complainants?
  • How can you get through the emotions of sexual harassment to gather facts?
  • Do emotions expose more First Amendment and privacy concerns?

Training Overview

What tactics work to handle emotional Title IX complaints? Learn new strategies to provide support.

After battling the pandemic, students’ emotions are raw as they return for the 2021-22 academic year. Many have forgotten how to coexist, leading to a dramatic increase in the number of formal complaints.

Sure, there are rules you must follow when investigating Title IX complaints. At the same time, you are human. The involved parties are human. They are filled with anxiety, crying, and falling apart. You need to know how to respond.

Too much compassion might be interpreted as bias. Too little might anger those wronged or cause parties to be unwilling to share the truth. By applying proven practices for managing complaints and communicating with everyone involved, you will balance the emotional side of cases.

  • What are the legal requirements for supportive measures?
  • What are the due process rights of respondents?
  • How does Title IX define your responsibilities regarding complainants?
  • How can you get through the emotions of sexual harassment to gather facts?
  • Do emotions expose more First Amendment and privacy concerns?

Who Should Attend?

  • Title IX coordinators

  • Presidents

  • Chancellors

  • Provosts

  • Vice presidents

  • Vice provosts

  • Deans

  • Associate and assistant deans

  • Diversity and equity professionals

  • Student affairs professionals

  • Investigators

  • Superintendents

  • Deputy, associate, and assistant superintendents

  • Chief business and operations officers

  • Chief financial officers

  • Personnel and human resources directors

  • Principals

  • Vice principals and assistant principals

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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