Bias Legal Sexual Assault College contradicts its own ‘affirmative consent’ policy in responding to student’s due process lawsuit
He didn't receive 'clear verbal consent,' college says. But its policy also recognizes 'overt actions.'
Bias Legal Sexual Assault Rape-culture activists hate cross-examination. They may have to worry about the Supreme Court.
A two-justice dissent in a DUI case could lay the groundwork for an unambiguous right to confront accusers.
Free Speech Politics Sexual Assault Lawyers cheer Trump administration’s Title IX proposal – with caveats
Lawyer who has represented both accusers and accused warns that it gives colleges too many choices.
Opinion Political Correctness Sexual Assault Student op-ed: Constant microaggressions are a ‘macro problem’
Some just can't let go of the Brett Kavanaugh hearings ...
Legal Politics Sexual Assault Title IX regulation would mandate cross-examination, use same evidence standard for students and faculty
Professors are often afforded a higher evidence standard than students. Now they might lose it.
Bias Legal Sexual Assault They kept hooking up after they broke up. When her friends found out, she accused him of rape.
UChicago student, expelled on eve of graduation and suicidal, also sues accuser for defamation.