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Fear of retribution keeps professors from speaking out.
Do you know what to do if your university lands in the spotlight amid #MeToo allegations? What do you need to know now to effectively handle problems in the future?
Some of the reactions from both sides of the Trump executive order on free speech on campuses.
The Department of Education has launched an investigation of schools named as participants in the college admissions scandal. Every school should consider this a wake-up call and an opportunity to conduct a top-to-bottom review of its admissions practices and procedures.
Recent decisions by the highest courts of two states, California and Massachusetts, offer important guidance as to when a college or university can be held liable for money damages when […]
Revelations from last week’s "Operation Varsity Blues" admissions investigation and resulting indictments have rocked the college landscape.
School investigations pose special problems for administrators and counsel. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to any investigation, here are six keys for any school faced with a situation requiring an investigation.
Thirty years ago, some of us predicted that mutual growth mergers would become a prominent megatrend in the higher education industry. Instead, we witnessed a broad range of institutions that […]
Careful preparation, uniform reporting procedures and experienced counsel can help leaders navigate particularly sensitive situations.
At one university, a garbage can blocked access to the paper towels, a table was placed in front of the automatic door button, students in wheelchairs couldn’t access the accessible […]
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