What AG Staff Need To Know

Sexual and Interpersonal Violence on College Campuses: What Attorney General Staff Need to Know

December 7-8, 2017

SUNY Global Center
1116 E 55th St.
New York, NY 10022


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The National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute and the State University of New York present a comprehensive two-day training on Sexual and Interpersonal Violence on College Campuses: What Attorney General Staff Need to Know in New York City this December. Please find event and nomination details below. There is a brief nomination period and a limited number of scholarships available for this training. If you or anyone in your office has any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Lauren Mense at lmense@naag.org.

WHO:

This CLE eligible training will be offered by public and private college attorneys, Attorney General staff, and State agency professionals who work in this area. The material will be offered to new attorneys and seasoned professionals alike.

WHAT:

Sexual and interpersonal violence on college campuses has caught the attention of the media, student activists, and government officials. A shocking number of students are subject to such violence, but that is the tip of an iceberg where individuals are exposed to such violence and abuse across ages, genders, races, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities, and education levels. This conference will take a deep dive into the issues of appropriate campus and criminal justice response to sexual and interpersonal violence, using examples of colleges and universities to elicit lessons both for students and society-wide.

WHEN:

The training will begin in the morning on Thursday, December 7 with registration at 8:00 am and end in the afternoon on Friday, December 8.

WHERE:

The SUNY Global Center, located at 116 E 55th St, New York, NY 10022

HOW::

This training is co-branded and co-funded by NAGTRI and the State University of New York. With this funding NAGTRI and SUNY will provide a small number of scholarships to selected participants to attend the training; the program is also open to participants who can provide their own travel arrangements with no registration fee. There are a limited number of scholarships available. If there is more than one applicant from a state, we ask that state "rank" them in the order of acceptance. Please note that offices are not guaranteed a slot; merely, offices may submit a nomination. Students must attend the whole training.


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