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Related Services > SAVE Program > SAVE Events Archive> Brett Sokolow Training

 

The National Center For Higher Education Risk Management, The SAVE Program and the President’s and Vice President’s’ Offices of Wayne State College Announce the Upcoming Professional Development Training:

 

Clery Act, Title IX, and Judicial Training for Administrators, Staff and Faculty

Friday September 24th, 2004 from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm in the
Elkhorn Room of the Student Center

 

Conducted by:

Brett Sokolow, JD. A higher education attorney and consultant, Mr. Sokolow is the author of ten books and dozens of articles on the campus judicial process, sexual misconduct, and campus security. He is Editor ofthe Report on Campus Safety and Student Development and sits on the Board ofTrustees of the Council on Law in Higher Education. He has advised hundreds of colleges on best practices for addressing campussexual assault and alcohol issues and serves as outside counsel to the University of Dayton, Warren Wilson College and the Colorado College.

Format:

Mr. Sokolow provided interactive discussion of the Clery Act, Title IX and Judicial Board training with intensely practical advice that participants can use in their specific roles as administrators, staff or faculty.

 

The first morning session focused on the Clery Act with the second session addressing Title IX. During lunchtime participants were invited to have lunch from the Cats Corner and engage in a Q and A session with our presenter. The afternoon session focused on Judicial Board training addressing both a general overview and also more specific emphasis on sexual misconduct.

 

Attendance was not required for the whole day but out of respect to the presenter and other participants, individuals were asked if they attended a session to please try to arrive at the beginning and if possible stay until it was completed.

Agenda:

8:30 – 9:00 Refreshments and registration

 

9:00 – 10:30 Clery Act
Please access the following Whitepaper from www.ncherm.org Articles and Whitepapers: Complying With The Clery Act: The Advanced Course

10:30 – 12:00 Title IX
Please access the following Whitepaper from www.ncherm.org Articles and Whitepapers: Title IX and Sexual Misconduct: What Does Recent Case Law Mean For Institutions In Cases Of Student-On-Student Sexual Assault

 

12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
on your own or from the Cats Corner and Q & A with Brett

 

1:00 – 500 Judicial Board Training
This training will provide a general overview of judicial boards on due
process and fairness issues as well as more specific information related to sexual misconduct.

For more information contact your supervisor or the SAVE Program at 375 -7321, R.S.V.P. to the SAVE Program at 375-7321.

 

Click here for a printable PDF version of the agenda

 

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Ron Vick, MA, LPC
Counselor / Academic Advisor
Int'l Student Advisor

 

 

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