On the 50th anniversary of Title IX, Dr. Ann Olivarius speaks about her participation in the pivotal moment in the Title IX history.
Dr. Ann Olivarius joins National Women’s Law Center and End Rape on Campus representatives to discuss the impact of Title IX on gender equality in education and how universities can improve.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Kelsey Murrell to Higher Education Practice Lead – focused on representing students, staff, and faculty members who have experienced discrimination, sexual violence or sexual harassment.
“After 50 years, Title IX needs a system upgrade.”
In a column for SmartBrief, Ann Olivarius reflects on Title IX 50 years on and her role as a pivotal participant in the landmark US case Alexander v. Yale University.
Ann is quoted in an Inside Higher Ed on Florida International University President Mark Rosenberg resigning over sexual misconduct.
Dr. Ann Olivarius discussing the resignation of the FIU President amid harassment allegations. Ann speaks to how the alleged allegations are against the law.
The Chronicle of Higher Education covers shocking deposition footage from our case against UIUC with the then dean, Barbara Wilson, saying she was “powerless” to discipline Professor Gary Xu’s abusive relationship with his student.
Dr. Olivarius featured in Law.com article about civil litigators fighting human trafficking and online abuse.
“I want to make a difference and also to advance equality in general and women in particular.”
At the age of 66, Dr. Ann Olivarius has worked on many sexual harassment cases, made legal history and more. Here Olivarius talks to British Vogue about her life’s work.
Yale College Council announce Dr. Ann Olivarius as the recipient of the 2020-2021 Yale Undergraduate Lifetime Achievement Award.
The award remains the only award in Ivy League history to be selected and administered entirely by students.
Kelsey Murrell explains the key legislative differences in reporting sexual assault at university in the UK versus the US; and why she’s holding universities accountable when they derail students’ lives.
With our clients’ cases as examples, this piece evaluates how the US and the UK legal frameworks approach sexual harassment on campus very differently.