This article discusses, from a practice standpoint, the significance Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education will have for California schools and colleges. The article first discusses Ninth Circuit interpretations of peer harassment prior to Davis, then analyzes Davis from a practice standpoint, raising issues left open by the Davis decision. The article then discusses the interrelationship between Title IX and California law. Finally, the article addresses institutional and personal liability and immunity defense issues.
John F. Walsh,
Peer Sexual Harassment in California after Davis,
12 Hastings Women's L.J. 215
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