After a series of updates, our database tracking lawsuits filed against universities for violating the rights of students accused of sexual assault has reached the mark of 200+ cases. You may view the database here.
This is quite a milestone, and one which will continue as schools resist interim guidance from the Department of Education, and as the movement for due process and gender equity in education gains steam. My thanks to those who have supported the database by sending me new cases and helping me keep it updated. As always, if you come across a lawsuit that is not in the database, please submit it via our submission form.
The database continues to serve many purposes. In addition to being a resource for attorneys, advocates, parents, students, journalists, and academics, it is a public record of the bias men face when they step into certain sectors of higher education, and the dangers of administrative overreach.
The battle for due process has a long way to go, but it has also come a long way in a few years. It is increasingly being fought on many fronts, and many voices who were previously silent are now speaking. I look forward to expanding the resources of this site further to help those interested in advocating a more genuine model of educational equity.