Co-author (with Phil Catanzano) of peer-reviewed NACUANOTE published by the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA). This article focuses on practical guidance for how institutions should consider and accommodate requests for disabilities in sexual misconduct processes that are founded on concepts of strict parity of process for both parties. (subscription required)
Peer reviewer for perspective paper by members of the Response Working Group from the Action Collaborative on Preventing Sexual Harassment in Higher Education of the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM), published October 2022.
NACUANOTES, published by NACUA, are timely peer-reviewed articles on college and university law issues.
Member of national team of attorneys drafting thoughtful & high-quality guidance on the Title IX regulations issued in May 2020. The Joint Guidance is free and 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.
Janet Faulkner was cited by the National Council on Disability in its 2018 report
Not on the Radar: Sexual Assault of College Students with Disabilities. The National Council on Disability is an independent federal agency committed to disability policy leadership.
JCUL is a peer-refereed law journal dedicated to the study 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 served on the advisory board of the Rutgers-hosted JCUL, and on the editorial board of the Notre Dame-hosted JCUL.