Nesenoff & Miltenberg LLP, one of the nation’s preeminent law firms specializing in the field of Title IX due process litigation, announced the opening of their new Boston office, located at 129 Newbury Street, Suite 400.
Tara J. Davis will lead the office as Resident Title IX Attorney … “Our team has a proven track record of advocating for the due process rights of students accused of sexual misconduct, many of whom have been severely mistreated by colleges and universities in high-profile cases across the country,” said Miltenberg, who has represented more than 100 students at higher education institutions in 30 states.
“With the opening of our Boston office, we’re expanding our resources to serve more students and families who are facing the life-altering consequences of mishandled Title IX investigations on college campuses.”
Described by Newsweek as the “go-to attorney for students accused of sexual assault,” Andrew T. Miltenberg advocates for the rights of accused college students to due process. He has vigorously and successfully defended students at disciplinary proceedings facing suspension or expulsion from a wide range of colleges and universities and is representing a student in a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights. He has also filed numerous civil lawsuits against universities in connection with mistreatment of accused students.
Miltenberg is currently a board member of FACE, Families Advocating for Campus Equality, a non-profit advocating for equal treatment and due process rights for those affected by sexual misconduct allegations on campus.
Tara J. Davis is an experienced civil litigation attorney, with a particular focus on the defense of students in high profile college disciplinary matters. She has significant experience defending college students in disciplinary proceedings against allegations of misconduct and is a strong advocate for their rights to due process.
Davis has been a core member of the litigation team in numerous cases across more than 15 states involving a wide range of institutions, from elite liberal arts colleges to large public universities. She also has experience representing individuals in defamation and First Amendment matters.