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Title IX, MeToo, & Administrative Law: Responding to Backlash & Looking to the Future
Welcome & Panel One (8:00-9:50am PT): “Due Process” Narratives, Standards of Evidence, & Other Backlash Controversies, 2014-2016

• Welcome: Sean M. Scott (Dean & President, California Western School of Law)

Panel Two (10:00-11:40am PT): Litigation Responses to Trump/DeVos Administrative Actions & Other Backlash Efforts, 2017-present

Panel Three (11:50-1:30pm PT): #MeToo, the Blasey-Ford/Kavanaugh Hearings & the National Impact of Sexual Harassment, 2017-present

Panel Four & Symposium Wrap-Up (1:40-3:30pm PT): The Future Under a Biden-Harris vs. Trump II Administration

Confirmed Panelists and Moderators:
· Lindy Aldrich, Ladder Consulting
· Samuel Bagenstos, University of Michigan Law School
· Kelly Behre, UC Davis Law
· Deborah Brake, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
· Hannah Brenner-Johnson, California Western School of Law
· Erin Buzuvis, Western New England University School of Law
· Nancy Chi Cantalupo, California Western School of Law
· Sage Carson & Sarah Nesbitt, Know Your IX
· Shelley Cavalieri, University of Toledo College of Law
· Jessica Fink, California Western School of Law
· Maha Ibrahim, Equal Rights Advocates
· William Kidder, UCLA Civil Rights Project
· Naomi Mann, Kelsey Scarlett & Lexi Weyrick, Boston University School of Law
· Emily Martin & Shiwali Patel, National Women’s Law Center
· Victoria Nourse, Georgetown University Law Center
· Amelia Parnell, NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
· Amy Poyer, California Women’s Law Center
· Lynn Rosenthal, Co-chair, Obama Administration White House Task Force to Protect
Students from Sexual Assault
· Jodi Short, UC Hastings College of Law
· Amanda Walsh, Victim Rights Law Center
· Lua Yuille, University of Kansas School of Law

Oct 16, 2020 08:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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