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Title IX Coordinator/Investigator Training

November 16, 2015
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Title IX coordinators are responsible for overseeing sexual misconduct prevention and compliance efforts at colleges and universities. At this time of heightened awareness and regulatory requirements, institutions of higher education must train their Title IX professionals to effectively manage procedures, policies and training programs for addressing sex and gender discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence. 

We invite your Title IX coordinator and investigation professionals to join Husch Blackwell’s Higher Education team for a full day of in-depth training focused on preventing and redressing sexual misconduct. 

This course is taught by experienced higher education attorneys who focus on investigating sexual violence and assisting victims. It will include both traditional presentations and interactive sessions and will offer up-to-date information on responding to sexual misconduct in a manner that ensures compliance.  


  • The legal environment
    • Title IX sexual misconduct basics and overview 
    • Violence Against Women Act reauthorization basics and overview 
    • Clery Act  
    • Consequences of noncompliance 
    • Legislation and guidance issues on the horizon 
  • Title IX coordinator/investigator responsibilities 
  • Policy best practices 
  • Consent 
  • Reporting 
  • Complainant and respondent rights, resources and responsibilities 
  • Special considerations in sexual assault/sexual violence situations 
  • Investigation best practices  
  • Adjudication/resolution  
  • Training and ongoing programming for your higher education community 

Date and Time
Monday, November 16, 2015 
8:30 a.m. – Continental breakfast & registration 
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. – Program 
Lunch will be provided

Valparaiso University
1700 Chapel Drive
Harre Union, Ballroom A
Valparaiso, Indiana 46383

Who Should Attend
College and university Title IX coordinators and investigators

Seminar Cost
The fee of $330 per attendee includes:

  • Full-day program 
  • Written presentation materials 
  • Investigation checklist 
  • Self-study scenarios 
  • Continental breakfast 
  • Lunch

Business casual

Registration is requested by Monday, November 2. Space is limited; please register early.

We encourage you to forward this invitation to interested colleagues at institutions of higher education.

Contact Shana Hoy at 816.983.8809.