Monthly Archives: June 2014

The NCHERM Group’s affirmative consent guidance in Think Progress

 The National Center For Higher Education Risk Management, which advises higher education institutions about how to craft effective sexual assault policies, has been recommending this type of consent standard for more than a decade. “The shift in this country away from defining … Continue reading

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Press Release for the ATIXA/SCOPE 2014 Joint National Conference

Click here to read the official press release.

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Brett Sokolow quoted in USA Today’s “Colleges get new rules on dating violence”

In responding to concerns raised on their campuses, some colleges “have let the pendulum swing too far in the wrong direction,” said Brett Sokolow, CEO of the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management Group, a law and consulting firm. … Continue reading

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Let’s Debunk George Will’s Rape Denying Theorem

Read the ATIXA Tip of the Week, “Let’s Debunk George Will’s Rape Denying Theorem“

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Brett Sokolow quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Opening New Front in Campus-Rape Debate, Brown Student Tells Education Dept. His Side”

Brett Sokolow, president of the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management—a consulting and law firm that advises colleges—says Mr. Kopin’s letter is a natural progression in the battle college men are waging against mounting accusations of sexual misconduct. “As … Continue reading

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Brett Sokolow quoted in LA Times’ “More college men are fighting back against sexual misconduct cases”

On one point, all parties seem to agree: Campuses should improve training to help clarify when a person is too drunk or high to give consent. Brett Sokolow, executive director of the Assn. of Title IX Administrators, said a checklist … Continue reading

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Herald-Tribune quotes Brett Sokolow “In Coach Abuse, Did Manatee Violate Title IX?”

“It all sounds fairly outrageous,” said Brett Sokolow, executive director of the Association of Title IX Administrators. “There was either incredible ineptitude or there was a cover-up.” Click here to read the full article.

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