Publications and Media
Medical Pot on Campus: Colleges Say No and Face Lawsuits – Guest article written by The Associated Press
Medical pot on campus: Colleges say no and face lawsuits – Guest article written by Dave Collins
Why are colleges expelling students for taking legal medicine? – Guest article written by Associated Press
US college students expelled for using medical marijuana in legal states are suing their schools for ‘health discrimination’ – Guest article written by Associated Press
New Regulations Dial Back Regulation of Higher Education but Increase Role of Counsel in Campus Title IX Procedures – Guest article written by Attorney Allen published by HigherEducationLaw.org.
Your Client Is Involved in a Campus Sexual Assault Case. Now What? New Rules Could Be in Play – Attorney Allen quoted on an article published in the Connecticut Law Tribune
Attorney Michael Thad Allen Prompts the OCR to Action on Behalf of Florida Student.
The Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Education has just announced an open investigation of Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida upon submission of a Complaint to the agency by a client represented by Attorney Michael Thad Allen. OCR is investigating Flagler College for discrimination against the client on the basis of sex and disability and violations of Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The college unfairly suspended the student for a period of two years, dealing a potentially fatal blow to his education and seizing tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and fees.
Attorney Michael Thad Allen secures refund of tuition on behalf of university student.
Attorney Michael Thad Allen secured a refund of tuition to a student on the Autism Spectrum, who was forced to withdraw from a Connecticut college after another student accused him of sexual misconduct and other college conduct code violations. Attorney Allen argued that the school violated the student’s rights by engaging in selective enforcement of its Title IX policies and policies against sexual harassment, by failing to provide adequate notice of charges to the accused student in conduct code proceedings, and by discriminating against the student on the basis of his disability and condition of Autism Spectrum Disorder. years, dealing a potentially fatal blow to his education and seizing tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and fees.