One of Gordon Law Group’s and Rodgers, Powers and Schwartz’s clients, Harvard professor Dr. Kimberly Theidon, was featured in The Boston Globe this morning. The piece is the latest in a slew of articles and interviews about the Professor, who was denied tenure last spring. Theidon will now take a tenured faculty position at Tufts University.
Dr. Theidon has brought Title IX claims against Harvard University, stating that she believes the university discriminated against her because of her gender and for openly supporting victims of sexual assault on campus.
You can read the full article here.
You can also read and watch Philip Gordon and Dr. Theidon’s interviews with the Huffington Post, MSNBC and ABC-Boston.
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Philip Gordon recently appeared on MSNBC’s show Ronan Farrow Daily, alongside Dr. Kimberly Theidon of Harvard University, to discuss Title IX, sexual assault on campuses, and Theidon’s denial of tenure for supporting sexual assault victims. Click here to watch the video.
Philip, along with Elizabeth Rodgers, have been representing Dr. Theidon as part of her Title IX fight against Harvard.
Philip Gordon and Elizabeth Rodgers are representing Dr. Kimberly Theidon, a professor at Harvard University, in a Title IX case against the school. Theidon was seemingly denied tenure after supporting students who were victims of sexual assault at the university. This follows a wave of cases nationwide involving the mishandling of sexual assault cases by universities and colleges. You can read and watch Theidon’s exclusive interview, featuring Philip and Elizabeth, with ABC-Boston, WCVB, here.
Philip Gordon, together with Elizabeth Rodgers of Rodgers, Powers & Schwartz LLP, is leading part of the Title IX effort against Harvard University. They represent Dr. Kimberly Theidon, an accomplished anthropology professor at Harvard University who has seemingly been denied tenure for supporting students who were victims of sexual assault and critical of Harvard’s approach to their cases. Click here to read an interview with Theidon, Gordon and Rodgers.
Colleges and universities across the country are facing ever-increasing scrutiny as to how they deal with instances of sexual assault on campus, including Harvard University where students have filed a separate Title IX complaint to the U.S. Department of Education. Title IX protects students against sexual harassment and sexual violence because it denies the student the right to an education free from discrimination. There has been a wave of exposure in the media, including coverage of Theidon’s case which you can read here. You can also read the Huffington Post’s coverage of Harvard’s students’ complaint by clicking here.