New Title IX regulations, proposed in the summer of 2022, are delayed. The Department of Education continues to address almost a quarter-million comments submitted during the notice and comment period. Nonetheless, during this waiting period Title IX compliance mandates continue to evolve in complex ways. Title IX regulations that took effect on August 14, 2020 are still in force, yet have been modified by litigation in critical ways; the Biden administration has engaged in significant regulatory enforcement under the prevailing regulations; the Supreme Court has also taken steps that impact Title IX practice on campus. Professor of Law and practicing attorney Peter Lake, an expert on Title IX and a well-known scholar in higher education law and policy, will provide an important end-of-year update and will look ahead to the future of Title IX compliance in 2024 and beyond. Do not wait for a Title IX update simply because new regulations are not finalized: 2024 promises to be a signature year in Title IX enforcement.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is designed for Title IX coordinators, deputy Title IX coordinators, Title IX investigators, Title IX decision-makers, campus conduct administrators, residence life administrators, mediators, and campus security administrators who have responsibility for conducting, assisting, or overseeing Title IX investigations and compliance on their campuses.
We are excited to offer this outstanding professional development opportunity in a live virtual format using Zoom Video Conferencing.
The link to the online event will be emailed to registrants the day before the event begins.
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To support community engagement and communication during the event, registrants are encouraged to have a computer, mobile device, or phone webcam turned on when possible. Understanding that attendees may be navigating internet bandwidth, available technology, and remote work environments access to a webcam is not required and participants are encouraged to mute video throughout the duration of the event or as needed.