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SASFAA Webinar - Legal Issues

  • 03-Feb-2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • GoToWebinar
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  • February 3, 2020 -- 2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.

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“I can’t remember the last time we ran that report.” “We might not want to know those answers.” “Well, we don’t have it written down, but we…” Do these phrases sound too familiar? Managing the ever-changing environments of Title VI and Title IX can cause frustration, anxiety, and procrastination. The Restricted Scholarships and the Law session will review recent outcomes, findings, and threats to existing practices. Participants will leave with practical tips for campus application to improve existing practices.   


Murphie Chappell, J.D., Title IX Coordinator for UNCG,

Murphie is responsible for ensuring institutional compliance through policies and procedures, coordinating the investigation and response of all sexual and gender-based harassment complaints, and developing University training and education around prohibited conduct. In addition to her role with UNCG, Murphie worked as an Attorney with Smith Moore Leatherwood defending institutions of higher education against Office for Civil Rights investigations, employment litigation, and Title IX audits. Prior to joining UNCG, Murphie was the Staff Attorney for the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault. There, Murphie focused her practice on representing victims of sexual assault in civil, criminal, and campus misconduct proceedings throughout the state and counseling institutions on policies, procedures, collaboration, and institutional compliance.

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