Cari S. Simon
MANAGING LEGAL COUNSEL BOULDER
Cari Simon is one of the Nation’s Top Title IX Attorneys representing survivors of sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, and sexual harassment in University and K–12 settings nationwide.
Ms. Simon graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School and clerked for a judge on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ms. Simon has been credited with the inclusion of stalking and dating violence in the definition of sexual harassment under Title IX, and her impact litigation ensured universities are responsible under Title IX for sexual violence at fraternity houses.
Ms. Simon represents scores of survivors, both women and men, from junior high to Ph.D. students, as well as faculty and staff. She represents survivors in school and campus grievance proceedings, often from the reporting process through any appeal process, and in obtaining remedies and accommodations to ensure student-survivors may safely and fully access the benefits of their education — ensuring their civil rights are protected and fulfilled.
Ms. Simon also represents survivors in Title IX litigation against Universities and has assisted survivors in filing complaints leading to federal investigations by the Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, and Clery Compliance Division.
Widely regarded as a Gender Violence Policy Expert, Ms. Simon directed the United States Congressional Victims’ Rights Caucus, advises gender-based violence legislative efforts in numerous states, and was appointed to the Sexual Misconduct Advisory Committee by the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
Ms. Simon is a sought-after advisor, speaker, and trainer for a wide range of organizations seeking to advance Victims’ Rights across the United States including the National Association of Attorneys General, the National Crime Victims Law Institute, and the National Women’s Law Center. Ms. Simon is also faculty for the National Organization of Victim Assistance, Campus Advocacy Credential Training.
Ms. Simon’s work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Public Radio (“NPR”), Good Morning America, and various other media outlets.
Ms. Simon may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“My abuser was finally held accountable for so many things that were otherwise going unheard and unrecognized. With Cari’s help, I was able to focus on healing through the PTSD I developed, rather than always living in fear that my education and my career would continue to be threatened. Prior to Cari’s help, I felt completely helpless and alone in my fight in asking my university to help protect me from continuous abuse and misconduct. I am toward the final stages of gaining my doctorate and in the last year was hired as a teaching fellow for another university. Had Cari not been such an incredible advocate, I don’t know if I would be where I am at this moment.”
“Cari saved our family. Period. Without Cari, we would be one of the many many families who carry the burden of sexual assault on their dysfunctional shoulders for the rest of our lives. Instead, we are an informed, happy, resilient family.”
“I would highly recommend Cari because of her passion for the rights of survivors, her compassion to her clients, her knowledge of Title IX and all laws pertaining to social justice, her dogged work ethic, and her connections to other experts in the field.”