Jane Does seek materials from Pepper Hamilton in Title IX lawsuit
March 27, 2017
Calls by Baylor University constituents for the school to be more transparent have flooded in during the unfolding sexual assault scandal that has enveloped the university for more than a year and a half.
However, the lawyers for 10 women who were assaulted while students at Baylor hope that if the school won’t listen to prominent donors, a former board chairman, a former Baylor president or distinguished alumni, they will listen to a federal judge.
Jim Dunnam and Chad Dunn, who represent 10 women known in their federal Title IX lawsuit only as Jane Does 1 through 10, filed notice Friday to subpoena materials from Pepper Hamilton, the Philadelphia law firm that conducted a nine-month investigation into how Baylor handled reports of sexual assault, including several against members of the Baylor football team.