He said he has taken on some sexual assault cases on behalf of men in which both parties had been drinking heavily before having sex.
"It's a trend that really needs to be nipped quickly.
“Whatever work you do, whether you work a six figure job or work minimum wage, domestic violence doesn’t care.” That includes students. That doesn’t mean it’s happening any more than anywhere else.
It’s kind of a silent thing,” said Casey Malsam, CSU Women and Gender Advocacy Center advocate.
Questions about sexual assault policies in higher education have emerged as a national issue in recent years as more young women file complaints with the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights about how their cases are handled by campus administrators.