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Professor Oliveri writes about new Title IX rules in Ms. Magazine

Professor Rigel Oliveri recently co-authored with Professor Carrie N. Baker a piece in Ms. Magazine, “How Some Universities are Bypassing Trump’s New Title IX Rules.” The article examines the Trump administration’s new Title IX regulations rolling back protections for survivors of sexual harassment and assault at schools and universities that went into effect Friday, August 14. The article looks at changes…

Professor Trachtenberg joins the campus free speech debate with new article

Professor Ben Trachtenberg joins the campus free speech debate with “Private Universities and the First Amendment,” in the Journal of Dispute Resolution. He argues that private universities should think carefully before adopting rules imposed by the Constitution on public institutions. Just as some private universities sensibly enact rules concerning religion that would be prohibited at state universities, a one-size-fits-all approach…

MU Faculty Council Names Professor to Campus Mediation Service Committee

Professor Amy Schmitz was recently named to the university’s Campus Mediation Service Committee by the MU Faculty Council. Her three-year term begins September 1. The committee acts as an independent oversight body for the Campus Mediation Service, including setting policy, and overseeing its director and operations. The service provides access to an informal, voluntary process for faculty and staff who…

Law Faculty Help Develop New Policies Designed to Help Campus Community, Visitors Understand Rights Related to Protests and Use of Public Spaces

School of Law faculty were among the members of a committee that created new and revised policies that will help the MU community and visitors understand their rights and responsibilities related to campus protests and the use of public space. The Ad Hoc Joint Committee on Protests, Public Spaces, Free Speech and the Press was created by MU Interim Chancellor…