Local law firm starts looking into UO sexual assaults

From Dave Hubin’s public records log, here:

Sexual Assault information
Requester: Middleton, Jennifer
Organization: Johnson Johnson & Schaller
Initial Request Date: 03/20/2014
Status: Requesting/Reviewing Records
This is a request, as authorized by the Oregon Public Records law. Documents Requested:(1) True copies of all complaints or other initial contact with university representatives reporting any alleged rape, sexual assault, or any other unwanted contact of a sexual nature.(2) True copies of all reports to any govetnrnent agency, state or federal, regarding incidents of rape, sexual assault, or unwanted contact of a sexual nature, including any report required under the Clery Act and an y report required to be sent to the Chancellor under OAR 580-015-0100.Location Limitation:Please limit these documents to reports of incidents allegedly occurring on the University of Oregon campus and surrounding area, including any dormitory, sorority, fraternity, or other living organization associated with the University.Please include living organizations that do not have a contractual relationship with the University but typically house university students, such as unchartered sororities and fraternities.Time Limitation:Please limit these documents to incidents allegedly occurring or reported betweenJanuary 1, 2007 and December 31,2013.

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One Response to Local law firm starts looking into UO sexual assaults

  1. I’m curious to know what Ms. Middleton is up to. She’s a good lawyer on the right side of things, she worked with Susan Chanti until about 2010 when Chanti was appointed to Circuit Court.

    I’m guessing that UO will probably charge at least $1,000 for this request. And, any records provided will probably be redacted to the point of being unusable.

    Incidentally, the public records log that the UO publishes is incomplete. They never post any of the requests that I have made on the log. I would be curious to know what other public records requests that they are hiding from the public.