Monthly Archives: May 2014

W. Scott Lewis quoted on EducationDive.com

The answer lies in the different roles of the campus administrative process and the police/prosecutorial process, said W. Scott Lewis, partner in the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management Group and a co-founder of ATIXA, the Association of Title … Continue reading

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W. Scott Lewis, quoted on Time.com

The task force’s goal of eventually making climate surveys mandatory is likely to create some controversy among schools. Colleges and universities subject to Title IX vary widely in their size and resources. W. Scott Lewis, a lawyer at the National … Continue reading

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Saundra Schuster quoted in University Business’s “Will Title IX crackdown make students safer?”

Still, these investigations are forcing what most view as long overdue change in sexual assault protocols. Protecting students begins with the proper training of administrators, says Saundra Schuster, a partner at higher ed risk management firm NCHERM Group and a … Continue reading

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Brett Sokolow quoted in AlJazeera America’s “Why college rape victims don’t go to the police”

“Female sexual assault victims on college campuses, where alcohol was present and it happened behind closed doors with little or no witnesses, that conviction rate has to be 1 percent, at best,” said Brett Sokolow, the CEO of the consulting … Continue reading

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Saundra Schuster quoted in The Chronicle of Higher Education

In Sex-Harassment Cases, No One is Happy With Colleges’ Response “This was the dawn of a new awakening,” says Saundra K. Schuster, a lawyer for the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management, which consults with colleges on sexual-misconduct investigations. … Continue reading

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LA Times quotes Sokolow

College Administrators Learning to be Sexual Misconduct Detectives Many colleges are moving to hire and train specialists to handle the cases. Some universities have added as many as three full-time staff members to focus on the issue. To keep up, … Continue reading

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Fighting Sexual Assault

Click here to read an article from the Austin Chronicle.

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