Although most of my clientele are university-level students and faculty, there is an increase in K-12 students being accused of sexual harassment and sexual violence. In recent years, I have worked with students as young as fifth grade (accused of pinching a girl) who have faced disciplinary actions including suspension, expulsion, involuntary transfers to other […]Read More
Key Differences between Title IX Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Grievance Procedures and Criminal or Civil Court Procedures.
In situations where there is a simultaneous police investigation, restraining order case, or criminal or civil court proceeding, I use my experience with educational, administrative, criminal, and civil rules and procedures in order to assist my advisee with an effective and comprehensive strategy.Read More
The preponderance of evidence standard of proof for Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence grievances.
The U.S. Department of Education mandates that schools, colleges, and universities apply the “preponderance of the evidence” standard to determine the merits of sexual violence and sexual harassment grievances. Preponderance of the evidence means that based on an examination of the available information, the accusation is shown to be more likely than not that the […]Read More
Mr. Rose is available to help any student or faculty member involved in a Sexual Violence or Sexual Harassment grievance. Mr. Rose has advised students who made complaints, students and faculty who have been accused, and witnesses in Title IX investigations. Federal Law guarantees that every person involved in a involved in a Sexual Violence […]Read More