Lawsuits

ASU has been sued multiple under Title IX for protecting student and faculty sexual predators. The lawsuits listed here made news. Others do not make the news, and confidentiality agreements are often a condition of settlement. Local lawyers refer to ASU as, “Sue Them and They’ll Settle.” Contact us to be connected with legal support.

Arizona State University Police Officers v. Arizona Board of Regents
ASU PD Officers say ASU covers up sex crimes.

Paulhamus v. Arizona Board of Regents
Graduate student sexually harassed by ASU faculty member.

Kunzi v. Arizona Board of Regents
Graduate student sexually harassed by ASU faculty member.

Babler v. Arizona Board of Regents
Undergraduate student sues after ASU PD refuses to investigate rape at fraternity party.

J.K. v. Arizona Board of Regents
Undergraduate sues after ASU allows known rapist back on campus to play football.

Read more:

Former cops: ASU PD misreported crime stats
June 25, 2016

Former ASU Officers sue University, say department has ‘culture of corruption’
February 29, 2016

Ex-ASU officers sue, say they were forced to make school appear safer
February 25, 2016

Public disservice: discrimination, harassment settlements add up for ASU
October 20, 2015

ASU settled at least two previous sexual-violence suits
May 1, 2014

Former ASU doctoral student sexual harassment case moves forward
January 15, 2014

Records show repeated violations in ASU fraternities
April 26, 2011

Babler v. Arizona Board of Regents
July 12, 2010

Fraternity accused in rape case has long history of abuses
March 2, 2010

Landmark settlement in ASU rape case
January 30, 2009

J.K. v. Arizona Board of Regents – amicus brief
February 26, 2008