Monthly Archives: March 2016

Sokolow quoted in The National Law Journal

The NCHERM Group’s President and CEO Brett Sokolow quoted in The National Law Journal article on faculty harassment: “ ..colleges are being forced to re-examine the historical layer of insulation that has been wrapped around faculty members when it comes … Continue reading

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Sokolow featured in IHE on AAUP report on Title IX and Academic Freedom

In reaction to American Association of University Professor’s critique of Title IX as a threat to academic freedom, President, CEO, and Executive Director Brett Sokolow, J.D. weighs in on the association’s reframing of legislative overreach: [Sokolow]… was less complimentary of … Continue reading

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Harvard makes recommendations on sexual assault prevention and response; Sokolow comments in InsideHigherEd

Commenting on Harvard’s report of recommendations on preventing and dealing with sexual assaults on campus and the report’s emphasis on the university’s final clubs, The NCHERM Group President & CEO and ATIXA Executive Director Brett Sokolow, J.D. said it is … Continue reading

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UT-Knoxville litigation commentary, Mother Jones

Speaking about the massive civil rights lawsuit brought by eight college women against University of Tennessee-Knoxville, The NCHERM Group President & CEO and ATIXA Executive Director Brett Sokolow comments that this litigation “has the potential to call attention to insufficient … Continue reading

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SI.com, comments on changes to Title IX guidance and interpretation

Brett Sokolow, President & CEO of The NCHERM Group and Executive Director of ATIXA, comments on changes to Title IX guidance and Florida State University’s struggle to interpret them in connection to allegations of rage against Jameis Winston at SI.com: … Continue reading

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ATIXA position on transcript notation in The Huffington Post

The Association of Title IX Administrators, a higher education professionals group, last year began calling for schools to note on academic transcripts if a student has been dismissed or expelled over a sexual assault accusation. http://ow.ly/YX5C8

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