Baily & Glasser Hosts ‘Title IX 50th Anniversary Primer: Time to Sue?’

Baily & Glasser Hosts ‘Title IX 50th Anniversary Primer: Time to Sue?’

DATE: Thursday, June 23, 2022

TIME: 2:00-3:00 PM ET

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits gender discrimination by schools nationwide, including in intercollegiate athletics. But almost all colleges and universities in America are violating it. And history proves they will only provide gender equity if student-athletes are willing to fight.

This special webinar – on the 50th anniversary of the day that Title IX became law – will teach students, athletes, parents, alumni, coaches, administrators, college officials, lawyers, the press, and anyone interested what Title IX requires, whether to take action, and why.

It will educate and empower current and potential student-athletes – who have the power to enforce Title IX – and hopefully inspire and activate them and everyone else to make sure schools finally provide the gender equity that Title IX requires.

Among the topics set for discussion:

·       Opportunities to participate

·       Athletic financial aid

·       Treatment and benefits

·       Name, image, and likeness (NIL)

·       NCAA and Conferences

The webinar features a panel of lawyers who have successfully represented more female and male student-athletes and potential student-athletes under Title IX than anyone in the country – Arthur Bryant, who tried the very first Title IX athletics case, Cary Joshi, and Lori Bullock. In the last two years alone, these Bailey Glasser partners and their co-counsel have won settlements enforcing Title IX and advancing gender equity for student-athletes and potential athletes at Brown University, Clemson University, the College of William & Mary, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, East Carolina University, Dartmouth College, Dickinson College, and others.

Please click here to register for the webinar.

We welcome your questions related to this special program. Please email your questions and suggestions to