This Article will likewise examine the prosecution of sexual harassment in what has come to be called the Me Too Era, not only by analyzing the constitutional application and limitations of due process, the promulgation of Title IX policies4 on campuses and their effect on public students and employees, and the limited remedies available to workers in private entities, but to suggest as well ways by which academics can move their message beyond theory and into pragmatic solutions with greater impact.
"Dalliances, Defenses, and Due Process: Prosecuting Sexual Harassment in the Me Too Era,"
University of Massachusetts Law Review: Vol. 15
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.umassd.edu/umlr/vol15/iss1/2