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Sexual & Interpersonal Misconduct

Loyola Law School and Loyola Marymount University are dedicated to the prevention of sexual and interpersonal misconduct and to providing a caring, supportive and effective response when such misconduct occurs.

Students are encouraged to report sexual or interpersonal misconduct regardless of the amount of time that has passed.

Even if you are unsure if what you have experienced, witnessed, heard, or read constitutes as sexual or interpersonal misconduct, you should report it.

If you have experienced sexual or interpersonal misconduct and are unsure about reporting, confidential and private resources are available.

What is Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct?

There are many forms of sexual and interpersonal misconduct. 

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What Should You Do?

If you experience sexual or interpersonal misconduct, the most important thing you can do is to get the assistance you need. 

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Resources & Reporting

Resources are available at Loyola Law School, at Loyola Marymount University, and in the greater community.

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Information for Faculty & Staff

Understand your obligations and how to support students who may come to you for guidance.

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Get Inclusive

All Loyola Law School students are required to complete an online course through Get Inclusive. This innovative, engaging, and informative online course was created with students for students. In the course, students will examine the interconnected issues of dating, substance abuse, sexual violence, and healthy relationships through a variety of interactive, realistic scenarios. The course also includes bystander intervention training which promotes a healthier and safer campus environment for everyone. The Office of Student Affairs will send email notifications about this course. Please email if you have any questions.


Loyola Marymount University's Campus Awareness Resource Education Services (LMU CARES) educates the University community about resources, support and policies regarding sexual and interpersonal misconduct and prevention.

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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”) is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities. The Title IX Policy deals with sexual misconduct that falls outside the Title IX 2020 Regulations definition of sexual harassment. The Sexual & Interpersonal Misconduct Policy includes all forms of sexual misconduct not covered under Title IX.

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Title IX Contacts

Matthew Riojas
Director of Student Affairs and Loyola Law School Deputy Title IX Coordinator
919 Albany Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Founders Hall 105
(213) 736-8151

Sara Trivedi
Title IX Coordinator and EEO Specialist
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
University Hall 1900
(310) 568-6105