Dr Ann Olivarius’ op-ed in the Financial Times suggesting Oxford should replace Cecil Rhodes’ statue with two worthy inheritors – Lucy Banda-Sichone, and Alain LeRoy Locke.
The Tab interviews Dr Ann Olivarius on universities’ inappropriate fining systems for sexual assault.
Dr Olivarius commented: “I am honoured and delighted to have become a Fellow of APIL, an organisation that does fine work advancing the rights of people who have been abused and injured. I am always trying to improve as an advocate for those who seek justice and believe this is one important step on that path”.
Ann Olivarius’ op-ed in Newsweek on Trump’s proposed reforms of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
“It is not your fault. Then I tell them one more time, because we know they get the opposite message from almost everywhere else…” – Jo McKeegan on the misunderstandings surrounding revenge porn.
Dr Ann Olivarius talks to Kevin Poulter about her passion for the law and what originally drew her to her to pursue it: A desire to right the wrongs she saw all around her, from her university days and onwards.
With our clients’ cases as examples, this piece evaluates how the US and the UK legal frameworks approach sexual harassment on campus very differently.
Our clients and Dr Ann Olivarius share their response to the successful settlement of their retaliation lawsuit against the University of Rochester – the Campus Times.
The nine former students and faculty members who sued UR over its handling of sexual harassment claims will contribute a portion of the settlement to the individuals whose careers suffered.
Our clients won a $9.4 million settlement for their case against the University of Rochester for discrimination, retaliation and defamation.
“We hope this settlement encourages people affected by discrimination and retaliation to seek justice and never give up,” said our plaintiff, Richard Aslin.
The University of Rochester has reached a multi-million dollar settlement with our clients who sued the university over the mishandling of their reports of sexual harassment.