Title IX Investigations: Best Practices for Investigators

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Sexual harassment investigations conducted in higher education institutions have requirements under Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in educational institutions that receive federal funding. Under Title IX, schools are legally required to address hostile educational environments or risk losing their federal funding.

Watch Allison Boyle, Attorney, Assistant Vice Provost and Title IX Coordinator at at Johns Hopkins University, as she outlines best practices for investigators who conduct sexual harassment and discrimination investigations.


Webinar attendees will learn:
  • Establishing rapport with the parties
  • Considerations when local law enforcement is involved
  • Preventing and addressing retaliation
  • Assessing credibility
  • Putting together your analysis
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Allison Boyle
Allison Boyle

Assistant Vice Provost, Title IX Coordinator

Allison Boyle is the Assistant Vice Provost and Title IX Coordinator at Johns Hopkins University. She oversees the handling of the university's compliance with respect to federal, state and local laws regarding harassment and discrimination.
She conducts investigations of discrimination and harassment (included sexual violence) complaints filed by faculty, staff and students as well as training for the JHU community on these topics; and she has helped shape JHU's anti-harassment and discrimination policies and procedures.
Allison currently chairs the university's Sexual Violence Advisory Committee, which provides recommendations to the Provost to inform the university's efforts, programs and policy that relate to sexual violence and assault.

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