Title IX: How Female Athletes at New York Colleges Face Major Inequities in Sports
News Bernays T. (Buz) Barclay · May 28, 2019
Rimon Partner Buz Barclay of Albany, New York, and co-counsel Rimon Global Alliance member Carlos Gonzalez of Miami, Florida, represent female student athletes of the State University of New York at Albany in a Federal class action lawsuit under Title IX, claiming that the university is systematically denying women substantially fewer opportunities to participate in varsity intercollegiate sports, in comparison with the number of opportunities the school makes available to male students. Buz is quoted in an article about how the athletics departments of many of the colleges and universities in New York may be violating this nearly fifty-year-old law, denying women thousands of potentially life-changing opportunities annually.
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