Important, perceptive piece from on 's (welcome) shift endorsing greater due process protections for the acc'd in TIX cases: "On matters of due process, [the ACLU comment] aligns more closely with the Trump approach than the Obama approach."
Here’s what the ACLU says about due process when a college student is accused of rape or sexual assault or sexual harassment—a stance closer to the Trump Admin and Betsy DeVos than it previously seemed
Great piece by taking apart the ⁦⁩ comment on ⁦⁩’ proposed Title IX regs: What Does the ACLU Say About Title IX and Due Process? - The Atlantic
In campus sexual misconduct cases, the ACLU favors a “preponderance of the evidence” burden of proof. I make the case that “clear and convincing evidence” is a better standard.
"On matters of due process, the ACLU aligns more closely with the Trump approach than the Obama approach, bolstering rather than weakening vital procedural protections." on the ACLU's new stance: #SAHElaw
What Does the ACLU Say About Title IX and Due Process? - The Atlantic #SAHElaw
The ACLU Moves to Embrace Due Process on Title IX The civil-liberties organization now favors many of the protections proposed by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. #SAHElaw