Ensure that you have up to date Title IX training.
Learn the essentials of how Title IX applies to your daily work as a faculty member. This online training has been designed as a practical guide for what you absolutely must know about Title IX. To help you better understand and support compliance efforts on your campus, we will cover:
While the webcast itself will focus solely on the practical ways that Title IX affects faculty members’ daily work, it can also be helpful to have a greater understanding of the regulation. As such, we have gathered several readings to serve as a primer about Title IX that you can read at your convenience. These readings include some historical context on Title IX that you can complete outside of the time spent with our instructors.
Contact Mickey Fitch, Program Manager at email@example.com or 720-988-1239 if you’d like additional information about the program.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to comply more effectively with Title IX regulations as a faculty member.
Peter G. Land is a partner in the Higher Education and Labor & Employment Practice Groups at Franczek Radelet P.C. Pete represents private and public sector higher education, academic medical center, and business clients in a wide array of litigation and counseling matters. Pete regularly advocates on behalf of institutions in court and agency proceedings, mediations, and arbitrations, as well as counseling on employment and student disputes, policy drafting, and training.
Pete also has extensive experience with sensitive internal investigations regarding senior administrators, preparing confidential and privileged reports, and assisting decision-makers in addressing investigative findings in a variety of contexts, including board-mandated, government, and athletic-department investigations.
Pete has served as lead counsel in a variety of litigation, including employment discrimination and harassment cases, faculty terminations and tenure disputes, institutional governance issues, First Amendment disputes, student matters, school and program closings, non-compete agreement and trade secret disputes, and defamation and privacy issues. He has also counseled institutions on accommodation and leave requests pursuant to the ADA and FMLA, privacy issues and compliance with FERPA, academic program closures and institutional affiliations, reductions in force, compliance with Title IX student-discipline and gender-equity standards, accreditation issues, and investigations by the DOE’s Office for Civil Rights, the EEOC, and state and municipal administrative agencies. Pete has published and structured training programs on Title IX issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Pete was a partner in the firm of Babbitt, Land & Warner LLP (1998-2011), a Chicago firm that concentrated in representing colleges and universities. Pete also practiced as an associate at the Chicago firm of Butler, Rubin, Saltarelli & Boyd, and he worked on an interim basis in the general counsel’s office at two major Chicago universities and at a Fortune 1000 company.
Pete is a Board Member of the Chicagoland Title IX Consortium and a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA). Pete has served on NACUA committees and has spoken at seminars addressing a variety of liability issues, including internal investigations, supervisory best practices, faculty speech, sexual assault protocols, and other institutional compliance matters.
Scott L. Warner is a partner in the Higher Education and Labor & Employment Practice Groups and a member of the Executive Committee at Franczek Radelet P.C.
Scott focuses his practice on representing both private and public institutions of higher education in a wide range of governance, faculty, student, and general employment matters. He has extensive experience counseling and representing clients in a broad range of compliance and litigation matters, with a particular emphasis on issues arising under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, state and federal privacy and confidentiality laws, and various constitutional provisions. Scott also assists clients with various risk management and compliance issues by assisting with threat assessment teams, reviewing and revising internal procedures and handbooks, and providing educational programming regarding key legal issues facing college and university administrators.
Prior to joining Franczek Radelet, Scott was a partner at Babbitt, Land & Warner LLP, a Chicago firm that concentrated in representing colleges, universities, seminaries, graduate schools, and academic medical centers. After starting his legal career as an associate at Sidley & Austin, Scott served for four years as Assistant and Associate General Counsel at Northwestern University, where his responsibilities included student affairs, affirmative action, athletics, admissions, regulatory compliance, litigation, and policy development and review. Following law school, Scott served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Jay C. Waldman, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Scott is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) and the Association for Student Conduct Administration (formerly known as the Association for Student Judicial Affairs). Scott has served on several NACUA committees and has presented nationally at a number of NACUA and other higher education conferences.
Scott co-authored “Managing Violent and Other Troubling Students: The Role of Threat Assessment Teams on Campus,” a comprehensive article in the May 2008 edition of the Journal of College and University Law that was awarded the 2008 Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors Professional Scholarship Media Award. Scott is recognized in Illinois Super Lawyers.
AI Pro is an annual membership that gives your team unlimited access to hundreds of hours of training on the most critical issues facing higher education.For additional questions, call Bridget Dattilo at 720.988.1224.
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