What is a campus judicial officer?

The campus judicial officer, as is generally understood, is the person involved in student disciplinary proceedings. It can vary depending on the school involved. Some schools have one person that may oversee multiple kinds of cases, general disciplinary issues, academic misconduct issues. All schools under federal law are required to have a Title IX coordinator. It can be and often is different than the campus judicial officer, him or herself. But the campus judicial officer may be the person who investigates the case, may be the person who disciplines a student if a student is found responsible, so it can vary. Understanding how your school works and the process that will be involved is critical to achieving a favorable outcome. An experienced attorney advisor can help.