HRW Hits Washington, D.C. for
NACUA 2015 Annual Conference

By William Sleight   July 8, 2015

Scott Roberts, John Graff, Laurie Bishop, and Toby Crawford represented Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP at the National Association of College and University Attorneys 2015 Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. last week.

John Graff had the pleasure of presenting on Clery Act fundamentals at the pre-conference Lawyers New to Higher Education Workshop.  John’s session provided an overview of Clery Act disclosure requirements for lawyers just embarking upon their careers representing colleges and universities.  John was also selected to speak on a panel of Title IX experts concerning training of campus police in response to allegations of sexual violence on campus.  John’s prior experience as a police officer with certifications in sexual assault investigation and forensic profiling of serial sexual criminals combined with his experience advising colleges and universities across the country regarding Clery Act matters added a unique perspective to the discussion.

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John’s Title IX investigations session featured the article “Core Principles for Educating Campus Law Enforcement in the Handling of Sexual Violence Investigations under Title IX”  by John Graff, Laurie Bishop and Toby Crawford.  Click the link below to download five practical tips for training campus law enforcement in the response to Title IX related complaints.

 Core Principles for Educating Campus Law Enforcement in the Handling of Sexual Violence Investigations under Title IX

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