Harvard Law School Professors Back Away From Sexual Misconduct Policy

Oct 15, 2014
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Dozens of Harvard Law School faculty members are asking the university to withdraw its new sexual misconduct policy, saying that it violates basic principles of fairness and would do more harm than good.

Harvard Law School Professors Back Away From Sexual Misconduct Policy

Harvard University students on campus in Cambridge, Mass., in September. Over the summer, Harvard, like many other institutions, announced a broad new policy aimed at preventing sexual harassment and sexual violence. Credit Gretchen Ertl for The New York Times

Harvard has adopted procedures for deciding cases of alleged sexual misconduct which lack the most basic elements of fairness and due process, are overwhelmingly stacked against the accused, and are in no way required” by the federal anti-discrimination law, known as Title IX, they wrote in an op-ed article signed by 28 current and retired members of the Harvard Law faculty and posted online by The Boston Globe on Tuesday night.

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