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SERVING AS AN ADVISOR IN UNIVERSITY-BASED ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES: Including Title IX, Interpersonal Violence, & Protected Class Harassment & Discrimination Claims

  • October 11, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • via Zoom
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Join us for a unique service project, which offers CLE credits and an opportunity to help members of the community. The service project will incorporate Title IX training on serving as an advisor for university-based harassment and discrimination claims. This training will focus on Title IX related claims such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, and other types of interpersonal violence and protected class issues. The training will highlight best practices for serving in the advisor role for both complainants and respondents. Following the training, attorneys/attendees can then decide whether to serve as an advisor by communicating directly with the presenters.

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Erin Agidius is the Director of the Office of Civil Rights and Investigations at the University of Idaho (U of I), the land-grant institution for the state of Idaho, located on the homelands of the Nimiipu (Nez Perce). As Director, she manages a team who carry out necessary investigations related to civil rights matters of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation involving students and employees across the entire state of Idaho. This includes university-wide training, education, and investigation of complaints.

Her experience includes serving under a limited license as a criminal prosecutor before transitioning to higher education as a student conduct judicial officer. She has experience serving as the Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Officer for the university and currently serves as the Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, and ADA Coordinator. She co-chairs the Bias Incident and Response Team and is an active member of the Threat Assessment and Management Team. Within the community, Erin is a member of the Moscow Human Rights Commission and Latah County Domestic Violence Task Force.

Erin earned her B.A. in Criminal Justice from U of I in 2009 and graduated from the U of I College of Law In 2011. While she does not currently practice law, she is actively licensed in the state of Idaho.

Danielle Berish Charters is the Title IX Coordinator at Boise State University and is the Director of the Office of Title IX and Institutional Equity. In her role, she works directly with students and campus groups to bring more preventative educational programming to campus, make campus familiar with the services and the support that is available to them, and partners with stakeholders across campus to foster a campus environment that is free from all protected class discrimination and harassment. She also oversees the investigations related to all discrimination and harassment allegations. In her role, she is a member of Boise State's Campus Coordinated Response Team and a member of Boise State’s threat assessment team called CARE. 

She has extensive experience in National Collegiate Athletic Association compliance at both Boise State and Washington State University, interpreting rules and policies, conducting investigations, and providing education to students, staff and community members. 

Danielle earned her B.A. in Communications from Washington State University in 2008 and her law degree from the University of Idaho, College of Law in 2011. Danielle is a member of the state bar of Idaho. Danielle's husband is also a UI College of Law graduate and is a partner at a law firm in Boise. 

An application for 1.25 CLE credit hours
has been submitted to the Idaho State Bar.

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