Princeton finally faces scrutiny for anti-male bias in Title IX probes

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(THE COLLEGE FIX) – Before she became Justice Amy Coney Barrett, the federal appeals court judge was primarily known by the public for having a large family with adopted kids and wearing the pants in the marriage.

It made the freakout over her supposed affinity for imposing a “Handmaid’s Tale” dystopia all the sillier.

Lawyers and legal scholars in higher education knew her for a different reason: starting a chain reaction that upended the kangaroo courts that govern Title IX disciplinary proceedings in nearly half the states.

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