Prof. Susan Stuart '73 to Discuss 'Hostile Hallways' in Valparaiso Speech

Prof. Susan Stuart '73 to Discuss 'Hostile Hallways' in Valparaiso Speech

October 3, 2011

102934October 3, 2011, Greencastle, Ind. — Susan P. Stuart, professor of law at Valparaiso University and 1973 graduate of DePauw University, will speak to the American Association of University Women in Valparaido, this Wednesday, October 5, reports the Times of Northwest Indiana. Professor Stuart will discuss "Title IX & 'Hostile Hallways' " in her address, which is open to the public. The speech title "refers to the AAUW study on bullying, teasing, and sexual harassment in America's schools," notes the newspaper.

A member of the Valparaiso Branch of AAUW , Stuart "has written extensively on education law. She teaches this subject as well as Legal Writing, Trusts and Estates, Insurance Law, and Remedies. Professor Stuart practiced law for 11 years in Indianapolis after a three-year clerkship with the Indiana Court of Appeals. Her practice focused on education, labor and employment law, 72174but also included commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters. She left practice in 1996, to join the faculty at Indiana University School of Law - Bloomington and joined the Valparaiso University School of Law faculty on a full-time basis in fall, 2000."

After graduating from DePauw, Stuart earned a master's degree from Valparaiso University and her doctorate from Indiana University - Indianapolis.

Learn more at the newspaper's website.