How do I respond to a Title IX investigation in Alaska?

 

When a student or a professor or faculty member at a college or university in Alaska is first notified that they're subject to a Title IX investigation, the most important consideration is not to speak with the school until the necessary precautions are taken. If you're a student, tell your parents, if you're a professor, take a step back. So much is at stake in a Title IX case in terms of the potential consequences, both in the short and long term. Schools unfortunately are often in a rush to judgment and a rush to invite a interview with the student or whomever at that given moment or time.

If a student or a professor or whomever the accused party may be, speaks to the school without taking necessary precautions, it can cause tremendous consequences both with respect to the process and the eventual outcome. Speak to your parents, make sure that you have an experienced attorney advisor in your corner from as early as possible in the process to make sure that the school follows its processes, and that your rights and interests are protected from the start to the finish.

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