Judith P. Meyer, Esq. works as a mediator and as a fact finder in public school districts and institutions of higher education.
Judith has mediated more than a dozen matters involving disputes within universities and colleges. Her mediations have involved involved contract breaches, challenges to tenure denials, alleged rape, Title IX and intra-faculty disputes.
Judith also served as a fact finder in helping colleges and universities manage risk.
Examples of Judith Meyer's fact finding include:
Fact finding in dispute between Dean of School of Education and Director of On-Line Learning over authority of On-Line center to enroll students and advertise course material.
Fact finding in public school district in which female teachers were filing complaints of bullying and intimidation by male faculty.
Fact finding where complaint of racial discrimination was filed alleging bullying and intimidation by staff of three departments of a community college. Judith interviewed 21 witnesses and produced a 70-page report of findings and suggestions for remediation.
Fact finding in a Big 10 University where tenured faculty member was dating students, failing to fulfill administrative responsibilities, and intimidating female colleagues.