The Guardian reports on our client’s settlement with Lady Margaret Hall, accused of negligence and discrimination for the way she was treated after reporting rape by a fellow student.
“She had leverage, she used it and she triumphed. I say this is good news all round, and it’s good news for him because we know he couldn’t have handled this deposition, it was going to be a disaster,” Olivarius said.
When university complaints procedures for sexual misconduct systematically favour the accused over the complainant, the universities create a discriminatory environment towards women who make up most complaints.
Georgina Calvert-Lee explains in The Guardian.
“These are issues we see across the board at many universities. The people in charge don’t seem to realise the long-term damage this can cause.” – Georgina Calvert-Lee on the problems at Warwick and many other universities whose students are coming to us for help.
“This decision ensures that no matter what race, religion or colour you are, you should be treated equally and assessed for adoption in the same way as any other prospective adopter,” says our client.
The vice chancellor of Warwick University apologises to our clients after an independent report criticises the uni’s existing procedures for dealing with sexual violence and misconduct.
Georgina Calvert-Lee speaks to The Guardian about the widespread use of non-disclosure agreements, especially in cases of sexual harassment.
The Guardian covers our client Chrissy Chambers’ four-year legal battle against revenge porn.
“Obviously I’m so happy to have won, and to be able to put this chapter to rest…” says Chrissy.