Articles by Ethan Berman
Legal Sexual Assault Sports Appeals court dooms student athlete’s pro career, says college doesn’t have to let him question accuser
'The court forgot what this was all about, a life destroyed while the process goes forward.'
Free Speech Legal Political Correctness University of Illinois bias reporting system doesn’t have to punish students to silence them, groups say
Lower court naively believes university won't resurrect policies it shelved after getting sued, Speech First says.
Bias Legal Sexual Assault Judge approves disabled veteran’s lawsuit against university for anti-male bias
Student says it tried to blackmail him, punished him despite lack of evidence in Title IX investigation.
Bias Legal Sexual Assault NYU refuses to share its files in kangaroo-court lawsuit, tells student to seek gossip instead
Campus safety consultant: 'Seriously?' When an accused student sought evidence to prove that his due process rights were violated and that anti-male bias played a role in the verdict, his university had a novel suggestion.
Analysis Sexual Assault Yale portrays its campus as hotbed of sexual assault. So why are punishments so light?
'Accuser-friendly Title IX environment' may explain why average age of complainant has gone up.
Bias LGBTQ Politics Christian colleges cheer Trump administration plan to end religious discrimination against contractors
Supreme Court decisions reminded government 'of its duty to protect religious exercise.'