Monthly Archives: August 2014

BBC’s “World Have Your Say interview” with Sokolow

Be sure to listen approximately 35 minutes in to Brett Sokolow’s interview on BBC “World Have Your Say” on the question, whose responsibility is it to prevent rape? http://ow.ly/AS7bw Advertisements

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Time quotes Sokolow in “California Passes First-Ever Bill to Define Sexual Consent on College Campuses”

Brett Sokolow, a higher education risk management consultant who supports affirmative consent policies and the bill in California, uses a traffic metaphor to describe the kind of behavior these policies are designed to prevent. “You go forward on a green … Continue reading

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Sokolow quoted in The Flor-Ala’s “Title IX gets new guidelines and new campus coordinator”

“Gender equity is an inherent good in education,” [Sokolow] said. “All these changes are intended to help to further and foster gender equity so that full participation in the education experience is right for all.” He described the mandates as … Continue reading

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Sokolow quoted in Inside Higher Ed’s “Cottage Industry on Preventing Sexual Assault”

In the last decade the University Risk Management and Insurance Association’s membership has more than doubled. One of the largest firms, the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management, has worked with 3,000 campus clients, according to its co-founder and … Continue reading

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Lewis quoted in Time’s “Colleges Launch New Anti-Assault Efforts for the New Year”

“Campuses that did nothing before suddenly find themselves in a place where they are doing something,” says W. Scott Lewis, a higher-education risk-management consultant. http://ow.ly/AJDQr (subscription required)

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Announcing Special Flat-Free Pricing for “Final Eyes” Service: Off-Site Investigation Review

Announcing Special Flat-Free Pricing for “Final Eyes” Service: Off-Site Investigation Review You’ve come to the end of the investigation, hearing or appeal on a sexual misconduct complaint, and you want to be sure you’ve got it right. That’s what the … Continue reading

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Sokolow quoted in The GW Hatchet’s “Consultant bridges gap during nine-month vacancy in sexual assault office”

“The biggest key benefit is objectively seeing where the compliance challenges lie, which is often difficult for the campus to assess itself,” Sokolow said. “The biggest drawback is that outsiders don’t know the campus culture, the politics and how the … Continue reading

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