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What Is Sexual Harassment from an LSAT Instructor?

The LSAT is the Law School Admission Test, which is a standardized test given by the Law School Admission Council to students who want to attend law school. A person who wants to be an attorney will take the LSAT as a first step, then use the scores to get into a law school. Once the person graduates from law school, with a Juris Doctorate or Doctor of Law. Next, it would be time to take the state legal bar examination. If the state bar exam is passed with flying colors, then the student is able to then practice law with a law license, and is then designated as a lawyer or attorney at law.

The purpose of the LSAT examination is to measure the reading comprehension and deductive reasoning skills of the law school candidate. In that case, the student attempting to get into a law school will take a preparation course or “prep course” to get a good score on the LSAT. Some people look for personal tutors for studying for the LSATs too. The LSAT prep courses can be in person, one-on-one, as tutoring or as other prep classes, to get students ready to take the LSAT.

Students studying for LSATs are in a highly vulnerable state. They want to pass the test with a high score, to get into the law school of their choice. If the instructor to an LSAT student sexually harasses the student, that student can easily be traumatized from the experience.

What Is Sexual Assault?

Sexual assault is a form of sexual misconduct that is perpetrated on students by a teacher. Students are in a trusted relationship with a teacher or instructor. The student is in a vulnerable position when the instructor sexually assaults the student. Students are usually younger than the teacher or instructor, and that can allow the student to be taken advantage of by an older and more threatening instructor to a young and unsuspecting student.

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Sexual Assault Survivor Rights

A student who has been sexaully assaulted by a teacher or instructor has rights. The sexual assault survivor student has rights to not be sexually assaulted by the instructor. If the student is sexually assaulted, the student can report the incident to the police, and talk to the law enforcement officer about the details of the sexually assaulted. When the instructor acts outside the boundary of professional behavior, the instructor may be then prosecuted for sexually assaulting a student during instruction of the student by the instructor. The survivor of a sexual assault has the right to consult with an attorney, to bring a legal action against the instructor who sexually assaulted the student.

Sexual Assault by an Instructor Is Traumatic for the Student Victims

If a student is sexually assaulted the student will have long-lasting memories of the traumatic event. Many victims continue to relive the trauma in their heads, and it can affect their emotioanl, social, physical and even economic status for many years or decades to come. Some victims find it hard to remember all of the details of the sexually assault, or even blank it out of their heads completely. Vicitms of sexually assaulted will need to have a forensic examination of their body, which can include testing for sexaully transmitted diseases, HIV and other sexually-based infections. An investigation into the event related to the sexually assaulted will take place, to understand what happened to all parties. The instructor perpetrator of the sexually assault can have criminal charges brought against the person, if a sexually assault is proven in a court of law.

Schools Need to Put Protocols and Practices in Place to Prevent Sexual Assault of the Students

Schools that have instructors providing close, one-on-one and personal instruction to the students need to have protocols and practices in place that the instructors will not sexually assault the students. Students do not sign up for classes with an instructor expecting to be sexually assaulted by the instructor during the course of the lesson or class.

Sexual Assault Victims Who Report Assaults May Be Treated Differently By Peers

It can happen that a sexual assault victim who reports the crime against an instructor, may be treated differently by peers after the attack. Some students who have been sexually assaulted by instructors find that they are treated as:

  • Fragile
  • Weak
  • Ostracized by peers
  • Center of gossip
  • Detrimental comments
  • Spreading of rumors about the victim

It can also happen that a sexual assault is drug facilitated. That means that someone slips a drug into someone’s drink, to otherwise make the individual incapaciated, to effectuate the sexual assault. After the sexual assault, many people who have been drugged in this manner otherwise do not recall the events surrounding and leading up to the sexual assault or rape. This is often called the “date rape” drug scenario, but it can happen with an insturctor, teacher or coach who has put a chemical or drug into a student’s drink while the student is unaware of being drugged.

Even without being drugged first, many sexual assault survivors do not remember all of the details related to the sexual assault or rape. Some people as a coping mechanism during a highly stressful or traumatic time, can blank out or forget what is happening, as a way to get through the sexual assault incident and live to report the offender when being able to do so.

Victims of Sexual Assault React Differently to the Violent Assault

Some people who are sexual assaulted can react differently to a sexual assault. For example, everyone does not exhibit the same feelings after a sexual assault. Some people feel several symptoms and results from a sexual assault, while other victims feel nothing at all and blank out the event from their memory all together. Some feelings after a sexual assault might include:

  • Anxiety over life events
  • Panic attacks
  • Shock
  • Disgust
  • Guilt for the attack
  • Shame for the attack
  • Anger over the attack
  • Loneliness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Loss of self
  • Loss of identiy
  • Feelings of guilt
  • Feelings wished fought herder
  • No memory of the sexual assault
  • Feeling dirty or contaminated
  • Wondering why you were picked out
  • Questioning if the sexual assault really happened
  • Denial
  • Isolation
  • Nightmares
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Feeling nauseated
  • Breahtlessness
  • Starting to smoke
  • Self-harming behaviors
What Causes Sexual Assault?

Many times, a sexual predator will commit a sexual assault given the opportunity to do so. There are some people who look for vulnerable people, who they want to have a sexual relation with, but who are “turned down.” That person who is the offender does not take “no” for an answer, and then for revenge the rejection, and the offender can perpetrate a sexual assault on an unsuspecting individual at that time. Of course, this is only one reason for a sexual assault, and there can be a number of different reasons why someone sexually assaults another person.

When Someone Sexually Assaults You

Sometimes a sexual assault can come “out of the blue.” That means that you can have a friendly rapport with a bartender, and then that individual can take advantage of your “friendship,” and sexually assault you. People who perpetuate sexual assaults on other people often plan this sexual assault, and have done it before to other non-suspecting individuals as well. You will not see it coming that someone planned to sexually assault you, and for that reason, it is not your fault that you were sexually assaulted.

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Can I Sue If My LSAT Teacher Sexually Assaults Me?

Yes, we can sue if you are sexually assaulted by your LSAT teacher. You can talk about your case with our Los Angeles case lawyers when you call us at the DTLA Law Group. We can file a lawsuit on the merits of your claim, and our case attorneys in Los Angeles can help you create a winning strategy for your case.

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You can always call us for a free consultation, if you are sexually assaulted by our LSAT teacher. We are here to take your call, and we are ready to help you get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this type of personal injury case.

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