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Richard Fossey and Suzanne Eckes, eds. (2015)
Hardcover, 624 pages
A practical, all-in-one guide covering higher education law as it affects students, faculty and non-faculty employees, and administrators. The publication provides a useful resource that reflects trends in the law, details current case law on a particular subject, and provides guidance on institutional policy for both public and private higher education institutions.This is an excellent text for courses in higher education law, providing board members, administrators, faculty, and students with a basis for informed decision making that will reduce the risk of liability through a preventive-law approach. The 3rd Edition contains a new chapter on religious colleges and universities, a complete listing of hundreds of cases cited, constitutional and federal statute references. Study questions and answers are provided upon request in separate guides (pdfs) for use by instructors, as well as a sample course syllabus.
CHAPTERS BY MULTIPLE AUTHORS COVER A BROAD RANGE OF IMPORTANT HIGHER EDUCATION TOPICS
Ch. 1 — Kimi L. King, Julie A. Leuzinger Introduction to the Law and the American Legal SystemCh. 2 — Neal H. Hutchens, Kaitlin A. Quigley Legal Dimensions of Higher Education GovernanceCh. 3 — Ralph D. Mawdsley Private Colleges and UniversitiesCh. 4 — Ralph D. Mawdsley Legal Issues Concerning Religious SchoolsCh. 5 — Monoka Venters Legal Issues Concerning Faculty EmploymentCh. 6 — Neal H. Hutchens, Jeffrey C. Sun Faculty Expressions and Legal ImplicationsCh. 7 — Luke Cornelius The Legal Rights of Non-Academic PersonnelCh. 8 — David H. K. Nguyen, Krista Mooney Kahn Discrimination in Employment under Title VIICh. 9 — Martha M. McCarthy, Suzanne E. Eckes Sexual Harassment in Academe: An Overview of the Legal StandardsCh. 10 — Janet S. Bubert An Overview of Federal Disability LawsCh. 11 — Scott R. Bauries, Joseph C. Beckham Liability for Negligence Involving Colleges and Students: An Evolving Duty of Care Ch. 12 — Richard Fossey, Kerry Brian Melear Defamation and Other Intentional TortsCh. 13 — Kerry Brian Melear Contracts with StudentsCh. 14 — Mark A. Paige, Joseph C. Beckham Student SpeechCh. 15 — Richard Fossey A College Student’s Right to Due ProcessCh. 16 — Richard Fossey A Student’s Right to Privacy in a College Residence HallCh. 17 — Donna L. Gurley, Robert C. Cloud Campus Safety and Student Privacy Ch. 18 — Philip T. K. Daniel The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth AmendmentCh. 19 — R. Craig Wood, John Dayton Business Management in Colleges and UniversitiesCh. 20 — Philip T. K. Daniel, Patrick D. Pauken Intellectual Property and Higher EducationCh. 21 — Joy Blanchard Intercollegiate AthleticsCh. 22 — David L. Dagley Community and Government Issues