KaiserDillon has been representing students | accused of violating Title IX policies on University campuses since 2010. We were in court litigating a challenge to a school proceeding in the Spring of 2011 when the Department of Education issued its now-infamous, and since rescinded, April 4, 2011, Dear Colleague Letter.
We have represented scores of students at dozens of schools all over the country, from Maine to California and from Florida to Alaska. We’ve represented students when they’ve first been given a no-contact order, and we’ve represented them all the way through a victory in court. We were actually the first firm in the country to win one of these lawsuits in the post-2011 era, which we did against George Mason University in 2016.
Our lawyers have written on Title IX and the problems with how schools implement Title IX guidance in national publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and Time magazine. We’ve taught other lawyers how to do these cases and even given presentations to Title IX coordinators about how to set up a fair process at their schools.
Our lawyers have gone to the best law schools in the country. We have been handling these cases at schools and in court before most lawyers even knew this was a real practice area.
When you choose a college, you want the best for your child’s future. When you choose a lawyer, you want someone who understands that and will climb right in the foxhole with you. That’s what we do at KaiserDillon—we fight for you, and we fight with you.
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