Gender Violence Legal Policy Workshop

Gender Violence Legal Policy Workshop

Ms. Diane Rosenfeld
Spring 2020 course
W 1:00pm - 3:00pm in WCC Room 3011
2 classroom credits

Prerequisites: Students must register for either the Title IX course or the Gender Violence, Law and Social Justice course during this academic year.

Exam Type: No Exam

This workshop offers the student hands-on experience in analyzing, evaluating, and creating legal policy on a range of issues related to gender violence. The three main areas of concentration are campus sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and sex trafficking and prostitution. We advise government officials (local, state and federal); national, international, and local advocacy groups working to stop gender violence; and individuals needing assistance in knowing their rights or accessing services. Recent activities include submitting comments to the White House Task Force on Protecting Students from Sexual Assault; helping an advocacy organization on preventing domestic violence homicide; and preparing a training for Middlesex County Police Chiefs on investigating sex trafficking rings.

Subject Areas: Family, Gender & Children's Law, Criminal Law & Procedure