Date Rape and the UJCIn the wake of four reported acquaintance rapes, this article circumscribes UVa's procedure for hearing sexual assault cases. It asserts that the panel of older male faculty who comprise the University Committee on Judicial Policy lack the training and demographic identification necessary to understand rape cases. It advocates the suitability of the University Judiciary Committee, which is comprised in part of students and confidential, for hearing rape cases.
|Tags||administrative response, student publications|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals, Rape, Rape--Law and legislation, Teacher participation in administration, Universities and colleges--Administration|
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