Gajda does offer some hope. In an interview with the Chronicle of Higher Education, she says:
[C]olleges and universities need to build a stronger sense of community on campus. By this I mean an inclusive, open, diverse community with open channels of communication and effective means of addressing disputes internally. If students, faculty, administrators, and staff are divided by a sense of detachment or mutual suspicion, we can expect to see more litigation. Offering alternatives through campus mediation, ombudspersons, and the like can help to defuse conflicts and keep them out of court.
Her book is scheduled for release in October. (Harvard University Press; Chronicle of Higher Ed.)