“Today’s opinion is a victory for Mackenzie and for student survivors across the country,” said Alexandra Brodsky, a staff attorney at Public Justice in Washington D.C., who argued the case before the en banc court. “Gender violence has grave effects on students’ access to education. For that reason, the civil rights law Title IX requires schools to address known abuse. And as the Ninth Circuit explained today, a school’s power to stop violence—and its responsibility to do so—doesn’t stop at the campus boundary.”