“The concern, of course, is that institutions, given a choice, will offer processes that are less robust. But this could be shortsighted on the part of institutions as fewer protections for accused students will inevitably lead to more litigation, which could lead to greater cost for institutions,” Patricia Hamill, a member at Clark Hill, told Law.com.


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