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Virtual Berkeley Law Conference on Sexual Harassment in Education

October 28 - 29, 2021

Oppenheimer Investigations Group is a proud benefactor for the Title IX 2021 Conference on Sexual Harassment in Education, a Virtual Berkeley Law event to be held October 28-29.

The conference, a product of the Sexual Harassment and Violence working group of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law, will bring together leaders through 1.5 days of keynotes, panels and workshops and will offer a U.S. and global comparative examination of harassment of students, staff and faculty at schools, colleges and universities.

Plenary and workshop sessions on issues related to:

  • Title IX law and policy development
  • Toolkits and prevention
  • Best practices
  • Civil litigation
  • Crafting meaningful settlements
  • Restorative justice
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • Challenges in resolving complains

Speakers include educational administrators and faculty, attorneys, investigators, and nonprofit leaders from around the globe.

Workshop: “Best Practices and Common Errors in Investigation”
OIG partner Alezah Trigueros will participate on the workshop panel “Best Practices and Common Errors in Investigation.” She will share her knowledge as an external investigator, and will partner with an internal Title IX practitioner, a plaintiff’s attorney, and a defense attorney, to discuss different perspectives on investigating Title IX cases and avoiding common pitfalls.

In the seven years Alezah has conducted investigations, she has become known for her well-reasoned and thoughtful Title IX reports. Clients with concerns about Title IX often call OIG specifically to access Alezah’s expertise. In addition to her extensive experience, Alezah has received training certificates from the Associate of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) and T9 Mastered to conduct Title IX investigations.

Who should attend
Attorneys, Title IX officers, activists, and others who work on the issue of sexual harassment at schools, colleges, and universities.

For attorneys, this course will be approved for up to 10 hours of California MCLE credit, which will include 1 hour of elimination of bias credit.

Program Registration
Register before October 1, 2021, and the cost for the conference is $250. After October 1, the cost will be $300.

Click on the conference webpage to learn more or register.