Suing Texas State Senate Bill 8 Plaintiffs Under Federal Law for Violations of Constitutional Rights

By: Anthony J. Colangelo Many people are deriding (or celebrating) the exceptional—and exceptionally deceptive—device of the Texas legislature to so-called “deputize” private individuals as government enforcement agents to carry out a state anti-abortion law that, at...

Suspended for Sexual Assault, Now What?—The Sixth Circuit Splits from the Second on a Pleading Standard for Reverse Title IX Actions

By Thomas Campbell Abstract It should not come as a surprise that sexual assault on college campuses has been a major area of concern in the past decade. In 2011, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released the “Dear Colleague Letter” (the...