Concern Grows over White House Task Force’s Recommendations by Will Creeley

In the week since the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault released its first report (PDF), commentators nationwide have echoed FIRE’s concernsabout the Task Force’s recommendations.

In a statement issued last Tuesday, FIRE President Greg Lukianoff argued that “[b]y continuing to empower campus judiciaries to adjudicate allegations of serious criminal activity, the Task Force’s recommendations may ultimately worsen the situation for both victims and the accused.” That sentiment is seconded today in a powerful Wall Street Journal op-ed penned by attorneys Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon.

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