ERIC Number: ED363186
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993
Student Disciplinary Issues: A Legal Compendium.
Brown, Valerie L., Ed.; Buttolph, Katherine, Ed.
This legal compendium focuses on the difficult and volatile issues of student discipline in cases of both academic and nonacademic misconduct. Part I lists non-academic codes from University of Michigan, Yale College, Vanderbilt University, University of Iowa, City University of New York, Baylor University, Columbia University, George Washington University, University of Wisconsin, Cornell University, University of Houston, and Princeton University. In Part II academic codes from University of Wisconsin, College of New Rochelle, Michigan State University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Fairleigh Dickinson University are listed. Part III contains annotations of seven key legal decisions. Part IV reproduces articles from law review and legal periodicals including: (1)"University Disciplinary Process: What's Fair, What's Due and What You Don't Get" (James M. Picozzi); (2) "Due Process Rights in Student Disciplinary Matters" (Lisa L. Swen); (3) "Hate Speech in Colleges and Universities-The Aftermath of RAV. v. City of St. Paul, Minnesota" (Valerie L. Brown); (4) "Students' Rights to Counsel in University Disciplinary Proceedings" (Douglas R. Richmond); (5) "Prohibiting Discriminatory Harassment by Regulating Student Speech: A Balancing of First-Amendment and University Interests" (Patricia B. Hodulik); (6) "Stopping Students from Cheating: Halting the Activities of Term-Paper Mills and Enforcing Disciplinary Sanctions Against Students Who Purchase Term papers" (Kathleen M. Capano); (7) "Student Challenges to Grades and Academic Dismissals: Are They Losing Battles?" (Dina Lallo); and (8) "How Do We Manage the Right to Hate?" (Abner J. Mikva). Section V offers selected National Association of College and University Attorneys conference outlines. A listing of additional resources is included. (JB)
Descriptors: Cheating, Civil Liberties, Codes of Ethics, College Students, Court Litigation, Discipline, Discipline Policy, Discipline Problems, Due Process, Freedom of Speech, Higher Education, Legal Problems, Standards, Student Behavior, Student College Relationship, Universities
National Association of College and University Attorneys, One Dupont Circle, N.W., Suite 620, Washington, DC 20036 ($32.50).
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Policymakers; Administrators; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: National Association of Coll. and Univ. Attorneys, Washington, DC.