I profiled four Harvard Law School professors in the Chronicle last month, and briefly sketched out their ideas. Their analysis of the Title IX regime is so compelling it deserves much more space, so I’m revisiting it in a series of Tablet columns
"How the Harvard Law School faculty came to be seen as out on a perilous limb for defending 'the most basic principles we teach' is part of the submerged history of our time." 's new column, on Title IX and the "wider shift" in liberalism
Know thy enemy. Social Justice isn't just not liberal; it is openly hostile to liberalism and seeks to dismantle and replace it.
This is so good. 👇 “America’s New Sex Bureaucracy” by ⁦⁩ in Tablet Magazine
Another excellent piece from on TIX & the HLS profs (, Janet Halley, Nancy Gertner, & Elizabeth Bartholet): "[I]n practice the totality of measures adopted by a great many colleges made mounting a defense all but impossible."
"It takes a moment of reflection to notice that Gersen has just implied that the Title IX system has so attenuated the definition of consensual sex as to abolish it in practice." Sharp, as always, from
New column series by . There is no one with a more penetrating insight into the leading ideological formation of our time.
Thoughtful article by on #TitleIX, #GovernanceFeminism, and due process featuring
“Lots of people disagree about where to draw the line. But most people would want to draw a line so there is such a thing as consensual sex.” - #PDSoros's , a professor 's newest piece for
So glad I left university before this dystopian Kafkaesque nightmare set in.
Must-read article by elaborates on the critical work of Harvard feminist law profs who (still, unlike so many others) care about justice & due process, & see how the new "social justice" mvmt is attacking such basic liberal principles.
‘Lots of people disagree about where to draw the line. But most people would want to draw a line so there is such a thing as consensual sex.’ [email protected]
“America’s New Sex Bureaucracy”
Excellent piece by on the kangaroo courts set up to deal with Title IX cases at US colleges (HT: )
This column by is excellent
"As Halley, writing in the Harvard Law Review about a case in which a loud demand for punishment accompanied indifference to the guilt or innocence of the accused put it, “We have to pull back from this brink.” via and
And this is becoming policy.