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Informal Resolution Training for Student Misconduct and Title IX Incidents on your Campus

August 17, 2021
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CT

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Higher Education  Title IX 

Registration for this training has closed. For additional information, please contact Emily Schumacher.

Join Husch Blackwell’s Education attorneys for a comprehensive training that prepares your team to incorporate informal resolution, including restorative justice, into your dispute resolution processes. Our live virtual training is interactive and includes relevant hypotheticals, best practices, and time for discussion and questions. Our attorneys will also address relevant regulatory requirements, including requirements under Title IX, Title VII, and other state and federal anti-discrimination laws, as well as new policy developments from institutions across the country. 

The training will focus on the fundamentals of informal resolution and include opportunities to practice facilitation skills through real-world scenarios. Methods to incorporate restorative justice into your informal resolution process and global compliance mission are also covered. Critical concepts include:

  • Compliance with 2020 Title IX regulations 
  • Advantages and limitations of informal resolution
  • Policies and practices of informal resolution implementation
  • Principles of restorative justice
  • Litigation and compliance concerns involving informal resolution
  • Informal resolution outcomes and best practices

Paige Duggins-Clay, Attorney
Aleks O. Rushing, Attorney
Scott Schneider, Partner

Workshop Cost
$400 per person. Fee includes full-day virtual program and materials. Payment can be made via check or credit card.

Who Should Attend
Title IX informal resolutions/supportive measures managers; investigators and adjudicators of sexual misconduct; Title IX coordinators, deputy coordinators; general counsel and education industry leaders; in-house counsel; senior administrators; HR professionals; hearing officers and panel members; appellate officers; and other related team members.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin continuing legal education credit and HR Certification Institute and Society for Human Resource Management recertification credit.

Questions? Contact Emily Schumacher at 816.983.8776.