Resolving Discrimination, Harassment, and Title IX Complaints
Many universities have faced legal challenges claiming those involved with resolving investigations (administrators, investigators, conduct officers, etc.) were not properly trained or proper investigative techniques were not followed while addressing title IX, discrimination and harassment complaints. In September 2017, Sara G. McGrane offered three workshops on federal laws and university policies related to equal opportunity and Title IX, as well as the investigative process that occurs when the institution receives complaints about discrimination, harassment, Title IX, and retaliation. Below are the materials McGrane covered in her presentations.
To view the training that was recorded at the Chairs, Heads, Directors, and Academic Leaders session, take note of the instructions below to access the video and then click here.
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Presenter's Information: Sara G. McGrane is Attorney, Partner, Litigator at the Law firm of Felhaber Larson. She is "an experienced litigator who has handled hundreds of matters in both the federal and state courts of many states, including Minnesota and North Dakota." Sara G. McGrane's experience includes working as Assistant Attorney General in the North Dakota Attorney General's Office. For Sara's bio please see http://www.felhaber.com/people/sara-gullickson-mcgrane/