Title IX Obligations Before the Investigation

CATEGORY: Webinars
PRESENTER: Jenny Denny
DATE: May 14 2021, 9:00 am

LCW invites administrators from across your community college district—Title IX Coordinators, academic affairs, student discipline, human resources, facilities, risk management, DSPS, safety & police, athletics, and other employees involved in the Title IX complaint process—to join us in discussing legal requirements and operational strategies for compliance with Title IX.

After a decade of changing guidance, the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights issued new Title IX regulations on May 6, 2020. LCW’s three-part training will help district administrators and Title IX staff analyze the new regulations, which became effective on August 14, 2020, and identify strategies and best practices for implementing the regulations in California community college districts. This is a three-part training with each part three hours long.

This three-part training will provide:

  • A detailed discussion of the requirements of the Title IX complaint process from the initial report through investigations and hearing to the final appeal;
  • An analysis of significant changes in the Title IX regulations, such as the definitions of sexual harassment and formal complaints;
  • A discussion on how the new Title IX regulations affect a district’s responsibilities under California law;
  • Best practices to ensure compliance and efficacy; and
  • Interactive opportunities for participants to test their understanding.

What will be covered in Title IX Obligations Before the Investigation (Part 1 of the Series):

  • Strategies to assess reports of sexual harassment and determine whether the report triggers a district’s Title IX obligations and complaint process; and
  • Discussion of the complaint process before an investigation, including emergency removals, administrative leave, complaint dismissals, confidential requirements, and the role of advisors.

Who Should Attend: Title IX Coordinators and employees involved in the Title IX complaint process from all areas of campus.

MCLE Credit: LCW is an approved provider for Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) Credit.  Attorneys attending this course will receive 3 hours of MCLE credit.  An MCLE sign-in sheet and certificate will be available at the workshop.

Please note that one registration equals one connection to the virtual seminar. Links cannot be shared.

Interested in training your entire Title IX Team?  We can do that, too!  Please email Jaja Hsu at jhsu@lcwlegal.com for more information and pricing. 

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