Emily Tulloch

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Attorney advising and representing K-12, community college, and higher education clients.

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The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on October 8 in three closely watched cases addressing whether Title VII, which prohibits employment discrimination “because of … sex,” covers discrimination based on LGBT status. Commentators have recognized that these decisions may have important implications for Title IX, which prohibits discrimination “on the basis of sex” in education programs and activities receiving federal funds. As with Title VII, it is currently unsettled whether Title IX protects LGBT…
With the start of the school year well underway and the many things to remember and think about that come with it, it can be easy to forget some of the most essential elements of Title IX compliance. For example, when is the last time you checked to ensure that employees who are involved in Title IX investigations are clearly identified and appropriately trained on the requirements of Title IX? We all assume these ducks…
You need not work in a college, university, or elementary or secondary school to know that Title IX has become one of the most important and evolving areas of education law in recent years. Since its inception in 1972, the impact of the law has morphed beyond just ensuring gender equity in athletics to governing some of the most significant issues in the culture wars. From sexual harassment and assault and sex-based bullying to transgender…