An Advanced Title IX Webinar –
Update on Investigating Misgendering and Other Complaints Involving Gender Identity
Available to rent for a 24-hour period from when payment is made.
Includes training materials available to download.
Faculty: Nora Rohman
Time: 57 minutes
Discount: $125 for prior attendees of T9 Mastered. Click here to request your discount coupon code.
In this advanced-level webinar, T9 Mastered’s Nora Rohman (they/she) will bring participants up-to-date on this fast-changing topic as new legislation affecting trans people continues to be proposed. Their presentation will offer trauma-informed approaches and practical tools for investigators and Title IX administrators addressing allegations that involve transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. Through case hypotheticals, this presentation will provide a deeper dive into investigating complaints of misgendering of students and/or employees. The presentation will also touch on issues of harassment and bullying of trans and gender non-conforming students, and issues around the use of gendered campus spaces, such as restrooms and locker-rooms.
A member of the T9 faculty, Nora is a senior investigator at Public Interest Investigations, Inc. in Los Angeles, where their caseload includes workplace and Title IX investigations involving LGBTQI+ individuals. She is an Association of Workplace Investigators certificate holder (AWI-CH). Nora regularly shares her expertise on this topic by offering training and other presentations to campuses and professional organizations.
This webinar would be beneficial for investigators, hearing officers, managers and other professionals who address student or employee complaints on campuses or in the workplace.
Continuing Education Certificates
Each participant will receive a Certificate of Completion issued by T9 Mastered. In addition, participants can request MCLE certificates of attendance from the State Bar of California.
The training is approved for 1.0 hour of MCLE credit from the State Bar of California, including 1.0 hour for the recognition and elimination of bias.