Baylor sexual assault victims met with skepticism, little assistance from university

In any case involving a possible sexual assault, counseling and medical services should be made available promptly, as should any other assistance to ensure that a victim feels safe, said Neena Chaudhry, director of education and senior counsel for the National Women’s Law Center. “The school has to make sure there is no harassment or ongoing retaliation,” she said. “That’s a real concern.”