Protecting You on Campus

L.L. Dunn Law Firm represents survivors of sexual violence, misconduct, and harassment nationwide.

    How We Protect You

    Campus Proceedings

    Our lawyers serve as advisors during K-12 and higher education disciplinary proceedings addressing sexual misconduct nationwide to ensure schools comply with applicable law and keep their campuses safe and free from sex- or gender-based harassment and violence.

    Safety & Academic Accomodations

    Title IX ensures equal access to education for those suffering discrimination, harassment, and violence, and the Clery Act entitles survivors to accommodations. Our lawyers will advocate to ensure students have access to education free from any hostile environment.

    Federal Complaints

    Our lawyers regularly file administrative complaints with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and other federal agencies that hold schools accountable to federal law and regulations when schools fail to honor the rights of survivors and other students on campus.

    Historical Successes

    “Gag order” against assault: Schools bully young accusers into waiving rights, lawyers say (2022)

    Smithsonian Island Outpost Reeling from Sexual-Misconduct Claims (2022)

    Lawyer Wants New Federal Investigation into CMS’ Handling of Reported Sexual Assaults (2021)

    Ex-Student’s Title IX Lawsuit against UA Gets Go-Ahead from Judge (2019)

    Feds Open Investigation into St. Scholastica’s Handling of Rape Case Involving Student (2016)

    UW Sexual Assault Survivors Meet with AG, Seeking Meeting with UW System Leaders (2015)

    Johns Hopkins under Scrutiny after New Alleged Sex Assault  (2014)

    Listen to a Special Episode of the “Why We Don’t Know” Podcast:

    ‘Gag order’ against sexual assault

    Let's Work Together!

    Laura was a perfect lawyer to help me through this case. She is fantastic representative for survivors— helping me through the tough moments and guiding me to get closure through the whole process. Very thankful for her!” ~ Anonymous client