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Doe v. Miami University

A student suspended from university for sexual misconduct can sue the school for systematically discriminating against men in its adjudication process, says the Sixth Circuit. He can also sue a member of the university hearing panel (who served as investigator, prosecutor, and judge) for failing to act as a neutral arbiter by, for instance, claiming at the hearing that “I’ll bet you do this all the time” and withholding the report detailing the evidence against him.


Tags: 2018, Discrimination, Sexual Assault, Sixth Circuit, Title IX

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