Dive Brief: The number of students who have sued colleges and universities for potentially botching sexual violence cases has exploded in recent years, according to a new analysis.  The report, published recently in the New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy, shows that federal and state courts have sided with institutions across the U.S. a little less than half the time in cases that yielded “substantive decisions.” The legal landscape around Title IX may be shifting more as the U.S. Department of Education prepares to release its regulations around the federal sex discrimination law.  Dive Insight:

For the last several years, backlash has intensified over guidance the Obama-era Education Department released in 2011 dictating how colleges and universities should adjudicate sexual assault and

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