Scott Lewis

National Center for Higher Education Risk Management

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Attorney at the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management; former consultant to the White House task force on campus sexual assault

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Harvard, Ohio State and 53 other colleges and universities — including Catholic University in Washington, DC — are under suspicion of mishandling complaints of sexual assault on…

Sex Crimes on Campus Are Going Public

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