• Opinion

"Thoughtful legal minds have increasingly questioned whether federal and state actions to prevent and redress sexual harassment and assault -- well-intentioned as they are -- have also unintentionally resulted in some colleges' failure to uphold due process for accused students."

  • Opinion

So held the Sixth Circuit in today's Doe v. University of Cincinnati decision.

  • Opinion

A closer look at Thomas' anti-libertarian dissent in Nelson v. Colorado.

  • Opinion

All in all, a good day for the due process clause.

  • Analysis

A federal court strikes down a requirement that criminal defendants prove their innocence in child molestation proceedings.

  • Opinion

We shouldn't let the legal complexity obscure just how terrible, and how violative of cherished constitutional principles, the Trump administration's policies are.

  • Opinion

Since universities aren’t going to act on their own to do justice, the initiative must come from elsewhere.

  • Opinion

The quality of the commenters is one of the most enjoyable aspects of posting here. So, a few responses to comments in this post.

  • Opinion

Although the general rule on America’s campuses today is that students accused of sexual assault are denied a fair chance to defend themselves, some schools stand out for their special zeal on the matter.

  • Opinion

“[I]t is not enough simply to say that such changes are appropriate because victims of sexual assault have not always achieved justice in the past. Whether someone is a ‘victim’ is a conclusion to be reached at the end of a fair process, not an assumption to be made at the beginning.”

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