Notice & Comment

Free ABA AdLaw Section Webinar, 10/4 Noon: Reviewing the Department of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations


Education Committee of the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice


Reviewing the Department of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations

Tuesday October 4, 2022

12 pm – 1:00 pm Eastern Time Via Zoom

In June, the Department of Education proposed new Title IX regulations that will change how educational institutions nationwide respond to allegations of sex discrimination. Released just over two years after former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ Title IX regulations took effect in August 2020, and amidst a continuing flurry of litigation, the new rules would once again recalibrate institutional obligations to both reporting victims and students accused of sexual misconduct. And, once again, the proposed regulations have been met with both praise and criticism from advocates and attorneys alike. Join our expert panel as we reconvene to discuss the proposed new regulations and take a closer look at what’s changed, what hasn’t, and why.


Laura L. Dunn, nationally recognized victim rights attorney, campus sexual assault expert and award-winning social entrepreneur

Patricia M. Hamill is the Co-Chair of the Title IX and Campus Discipline practice at the Philadelphia-based law firm Conrad O’Brien, PC

Joseph Storch is the Senior Director of Compliance and Innovation Solutions for Grand River Solutions

Moderator: Will Creeley, Legal Director, Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression


REGISTER: ADVANCE ZOOM REGISTRATION is required for all Participants at this link.

After registration, you will receive an email from Zoom including the Webinar participation link.

Registration is Limited and will close when capacity is reached. Deadline for Registration is Tuesday October 4, 2022, at 10 am ET.

NO CLE CREDIT: The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation.

You will not receive CLE credit for participating.

Questions or Special Needs?? Please e-mail

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Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice

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