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Section Newsletter Articles on Sexual Assault

Recent Illinois Appellate Court opinion, in concert with the new Act on preventing sexual assault on college campuses, may help curb such violence By Sharon L. Eiseman Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, October 2016 The case, Omid Shariat Razavi v. Eva Walkuski and Ariel Zekelman and School of the Art Institute of Chicago, furthers the protections afforded to those students who report their attackers to school personnel.
Photos from the Symposium on College Sexual Assaults Diversity Leadership Council, June 2016 See photos of the speakers and attendees of this important event.
Photos from the Symposium on College Sexual Assaults Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, June 2016 See photos of the speakers and attendees of this important event.
Will climate change come soon to college campuses? A Coalition of Diverse Bar Groups Hosts a Historic Symposium on Emerging Law and Other Interventions to Address the Ongoing Scourge Of Sexual Assault on College Campuses By Sharon L. Eiseman Diversity Leadership Council, June 2016 This past November 6, an incredible all-day Symposium on Sexual Assaults on Campus took place at Chicago’s School of the Art Institute.
Will climate change come soon to college campuses? A Coalition of Diverse Bar Groups Hosts a Historic Symposium on Emerging Law and Other Interventions to Address the Ongoing Scourge Of Sexual Assault on College Campuses By Sharon L. Eiseman Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, June 2016 This past November 6, an incredible all-day Symposium on Sexual Assaults on Campus took place at Chicago’s School of the Art Institute.
An overview of new Illinois sexual assault laws By Tracy Douglas Women and the Law, October 2015 An overview of the new laws in Illinois that are designed to help survivors and encourage more reporting of sexual violence.
Stage set for November Statewide Symposium on College Sexual Assaults By Yolaine Dauphin Women and the Law, October 2015 Save the date for this important day-long seminar on November 6. 
Stage set for November Statewide Symposium on College Sexual Assaults By Yolaine Dauphin Administrative Law, October 2015 Save the date for this important day-long seminar on November 6. 
With gratitude to Ms. Parks, and Ms. Vinson, and the fighters yet to come… By Kaethe Morris Hoffer Women and the Law, March 2006 There is a woman to whom all equality-loving people owe much. Her name is Michelle Vinson, and she is a rape survivor. She fought for justice and dignity for herself and changed the world for all Americans, especially women.

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