TFNLG Title IX Lawsuit Argues That Universities are Irresponsible and Must Reform to Prevent Fraternity Hazing Deaths

A court ruling in a civil lawsuit against Louisiana State University could make universities culpable for fraternity hazing deaths nationally. Max Gruver's parents are seeking damages from the university after the 18-year-old died in 2017 following a fraternity hazing ritual that involved drinking dangerous amounts of alcohol. As the Gruvers' attorneys, we contend the university has failed to protect male students in Greek life in the same way it had with women in sororities.

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