Member of national team of attorneys drafting thoughtful and high-quality guidance on the Title IX regulations issued in May 2020. The Joint Guidance is a free resource widely available to institutions large and small, public and private, urban and rural, well-resourced, and budget challenged. It is hosted by the State University of New York (SUNY) system.
Keynote Speaker, University of Maine system annual Title IX conference for full leadership and administrators, May 2019. Engagement also included leading a roundtable discussion for Title IX professionals in this university system.
NACUANOTES are peer-reviewed articles on current legal developments which impact higher education.
SCI provides comprehensive, cutting-edge training in response to conduct violations, including sexual & interpersonal violence.
article published by United Educators on its EduRisk Blog
Janet Faulkner's work in this area was cited by the National Council on Disability in its 2018 report, Not on the Radar: Sexual Assault of College Students with Disabilities
Panelist, Higher Education Discrimination CLE, National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), April 2019. Practical guidance for handling the ethical issues which arise for in-house and outside counsel in complex discrimination matters.
Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston and North Adams, MA.. Panelists for these CLE programs also included a representative of OCR, U.S. Department of Education. The North Adams CLE program was co-sponsored Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Educause is a nonprofit association and the largest community of technology, academic, industry, & campus leaders advancing higher education through the use of IT.
JCUL is a peer-refereed law journal dedicated to issues of college and university law. JCUL is hosted by Rutgers University School of Law. JCUL previously was hosted by the University of Notre Dame Law School. Janet has served on the advisory board, and on the editorial board of JCUL when hosted by Notre Dame, since 2006.
Presentation to Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents (NESCA)
Framingham State University screening of film Other People's Footage: Copyright & Fair Use. Following the film, Janet Faulkner served on a panel answering audience questions about use of third party video footage, voice, media and music in creative works.
Past presentations include Boston College Law School Public Interest Law Foundation forum on careers in education law; Boston Law School Consortium panel on in-house counsel practice