2012

52 editorials:

  1. KC Johnson: Patrick Witt and Yale’s Disastrous Failure – February 3
  2. Richard Epstein: Title IX or Bust – February 7
  3. Wendy Kaminer: What’s Wrong with the Violence Against Women Act – March 19
  4. Mike Wacker: Ensuring Legal Protection for All – April 10
  5. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Brett Sokolow: Colleges Now are Expelling and Suspending People They Shouldn’t for Sexual Assault – April 18
  6. Justin Pope: For Colleges, Rape Cases a Legal Minefield – April 21
  7. KC Johnson: The Notorious “Dear Colleague” Letter in Action – April 24
  8. KC Johnson: The Kafka-like “Dear Colleague” Letter Wins at Cornell – April 27
  9. Bob Unruh: False Sex-Assault Convictions Easier under Obama – May 10
  10. William Creeley: ‘Crimson’ Reports on Due Process Concerns as Harvard Revises Sexual Assault Policy – May 14
  11. Duke Cheston: Tilting the Scales on Sexual Violence – May 20
  12. Adam Johnson: Against the Preponderance of Evidence Standard – May 21
  13. KC Johnson: Student Editor Details the Corruption at Brown – May 29
  14. Amy Alkon: Corruption At Brown U: Lowering Standards Of Evidence For Sexual Assault – May 29
  15. Helen Smith: Corruption at Brown U. – May 29
  16. KC Johnson: Star Chamber Hearings at Brown, Yale, and Cornell – May 30
  17. KC Johnson: More on the Rape Accusation at Brown – June 12
  18. KC Johnson: Yale Abandons All Pretense of Due Process – June 17
  19. KC Johnson: The Hollow Nature of the “Dear Colleague” Threat – June 27
  20. Eric Kelderman: Colleges Struggle With Title IX Rules on How to Handle Reports of Sexual Violence – June 29
  21. Azhar Majeed: University Lawyers Frustrated by OCR Mandate – June 29
  22. Community of the Wrongly Accused: The ‘Dear Colleague’ letter is a Paper Tiger that Colleges Ought to Ignore – July 5
  23. KC Johnson: More Advice on Railroading Males in Sex Cases – July 23
  24. KC Johnson: The OCR’s Newest Target: Xavier University – August 2
  25. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Ex-County Prosecutor says Prosecutor Bowed to Pressure from Victim’s Groups and Charged a Student with Sexual Assault just “To send a Message” – August 9
  26. Stop Abusive and Violent Environments: On College Campuses, Civil Liberties Took a Beating – August 15
  27. William Jacobson: University Without Shame: How Brown Betrayed One of its Students – August 22
  28. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Part I: The University of Montana Deprives Men of Their Right to a Fair Hearing in Sex Cases – September 4
  29. COTWA: Part II: The University of Montana Says Sex after ‘Guilt Tripping’ is Assault, and Why That is Wrong – September 5
  30. Christopher Thompson: Miss Representation – September 5
  31. COTWA: Part III: The University of Montana’s Mandatory Video Series Teaches that Rape is Normalized – September 6
  32. Hans Bader: Education Dept Unlawfully Changes Burden of Proof in College Sexual Harassment Cases – September 12
  33. COTWA: Univ. of North Carolina Rides Roughshod Over the Rights of Presumptively Innocent Men – September 13
  34. Christopher Thompson: University Men Shanghaied by the DOJ – September 14
  35. Robert Franklin: The Inquisition Comes to College Campuses – September 22
  36. Joseph Cohn: Campus Is a Poor Court for Students Facing Sexual-Misconduct Charges – October 1
  37. Gregory Burr: Are Kangaroo Courts Coming to Your Campus? – October 1
  38. Andrew Kloster: VAWA and Double Jeopardy in Higher Education – October 10
  39. Mark Bauerlein: Campus Due Process, Obama-Style – October 11
  40. Pierce Harlan: Proof of Innocence – October 16
  41. Joseph Cohn: Responding in Full to ‘Preponderance of the Evidence’ Advocates – October 18
  42. KC Johnson: Yale’s New Low and the Sad Saga of Wendy Murphy – October 19
  43. Jason Willick: Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The Devil’s Advocate – October 27
  44. Joseph Cohn and Greg Lukianoff: Stanford Should Think Twice Before Lowering Evidentiary Standard – November 2
  45. Maggie Mellon: Regret is Not Rape: Lessons from an Old-School Feminist – November 5
  46. Community of the Wrongly Accused: The ‘Beyond a Reasonable Doubt’ Standard of Proof is the Reason for the Rape Problem? Seriously? – November 19
  47. Wendy Kaminer: What to Make of the Rape Accusations at Amherst College? — November 21
  48. Chris Thompson: Ladies Night: Constructing a Rape-Prone Culture – November 24
  49. KC Johnson: Wendy Murphy Comes to the University of Virginia – November 26
  50. Andrew Koster: Getting it Wrong on ‘Preponderance’ – November 27
  51. KC Johnson: Russlynn Ali Departs — December 2
  52. Jonathan Turley: Accused Students Deserve ProtectionDecember 5
  53. Adam Goldstein: OSU Demonstrates Why Universities Shouldn’t Handle Sex Assault Claims – December 17