Tennessee AG to Discuss Title IX Defense Strategy

AG Skrmetti will address Tennessee's stance on Title IX changes.

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti is slated to hold a pivotal press conference concerning the state’s proactive multistate response to the federal government’s recent attempts to modify Title IX, with a significant focus on the implications for women’s equality. The press briefing is scheduled for 2:00 pm CT on Tuesday, April 30, 2024, and will take place on the steps of the John Sevier Building, located at 500 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Nashville.

The press conference will feature several key figures from the Attorney General’s office, including Chief Deputy Attorney General Lacey Mase, Solicitor General Matt Rice, Chief of Staff Brandon Smith, Strategic Litigation Unit Senior Director Whitney Hermandorfer, and Strategic Litigation Counsel and Assistant Solicitor General Jenna Adamson. These officials will share insights into the legal strategies and implications of the state’s response to the proposed federal adjustments to Title IX.

Attendees are encouraged to RSVP to Timothy Meads at timothy.meads@ag.tn.gov for planning purposes. The event promises to offer in-depth perspectives on how Tennessee intends to navigate and potentially challenge the federal government’s proposed changes to Title IX, emphasizing the state’s commitment to preserving women’s equality under the law.

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