Advisor: A person selected by a complainant to provide support and guidance, including an advocate
Attorney/Counsel: A person admitted to practice law in the State of Washington. An Attorney may advise, but not represent, the complainant until a formal hearing.
Complainant: A student or another member of the university community who believes that an act of sexual misconduct has been committed against him or her in violation of the Student Conduct Code
Interim Measures: Short-term measures to ensure the safety of all individuals involved in a complaint. Interim measures can be enacted quickly, even before (or without) a complaint being filled.
Party: A status that allows the complainant to be represented by an attorney/counsel, to call witnesses, to cross-examine witnesses, and to submit documentary evidence.
Respondent: A student who is alleged to have violated the Student Conduct Code.
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