New York’s “Enough Is Enough” Law Needs More Work

Joining a growing trend, New York enacted a law in 2015 to combat sexual violence on college campuses. While that purpose is laudable, the “Enough is Enough” law strikes an unwise balance between the desire to protect students from criminal acts and the need to protect innocent students from false accusations. Governor Andrew Cuomo touted the law as “the […]

Colleges Settle Federal Lawsuits by Students Expelled on Sexual Misconduct Charges

Disciplinary Measures for Sexual Misconduct Charges Come Under Review I have previously written about a state court decision striking down a public college’s disciplinary procedures as fundamentally flawed and unfair. More recently, two private colleges have made out-of-court settlements in increasingly common federal lawsuits brought against them by students disciplined or expelled over allegations of […]