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J.D. University of Chicago, 1987, Order of the Coif, Law Review, Olin Fellowship in Law and Economics, Mandel Legal Aid Clinic; Yale University, 1984, Magna Cum Laude, with Distinction in Economics.
- LAW 922 Higher Education and the Law Seminar
A seminar focused on the unique legal issues facing colleges, universities, and graduate schools. The over 4400 institutions of higher education in the United States require legal services, especially as the Supreme Court rules on landmark affirmative action cases such as Fisher v. University of Texas and Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, and law schools fight suits alleging they misrepresented job prospects to students. Topics will include tenure, freedom of speech and academic freedom, Due Process, student rights and discipline, affirmative action, Title IX and athletics, collective bargaining, tort liability, and antitrust. The course will explore issues that distinguish institutions of higher education from other corporate entities and distinctions between public and private institutions. LEC.
The class is not offered for the Spring 2015 semester.