Per Eugene Volokh‘s new article, a wide range of actors from landlords to employers to colleges to product manufacturers correctly see themselves as being at legal risk if they don’t surveill, probe, and share information about those...Show More Summary
Organizers of college conference on “intersection of health, humanities and disabilities” forget to make it accessible [Inside Higher Ed] Law forbade disclosure re: sex offender classmate, now Seattle schools are paying assault victim $700,000 [KIRO] Update: Lehigh U. Show More Summary
The post Professor Francione Delivers Keynote Speech at the 2013 DePaul University College of Law Event, “Animals as Food: The Legal Treatment of Animals in Contemporary Agribusiness and Factory Farming”/October 30, 2013 appeared first...Show More Summary
American University Washington College of Law Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property Presents Supreme Court Series: Lexmark International, Inc. v. Static Control Components, Inc. Tuesday, December 3, 2013 4:00pm - 5:30pm...Show More Summary
No Federal Borrowing for Lenders, Administration Says Elite Colleges Enrolling Fewer Low-Income Students Substantial Black-White Graduation Gaps in College Too Iowa Law To Rein in Questionable Lending Activity No Federal Borrowing for...Show More Summary
In Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius's Democratic response to President Bush’s final State of the Union Speech Monday night, she touted a new law to “reduce the costs of college loans” as one of the major accomplishments of the new Democratic Majority in Congress. Show More Summary
Last week, Higher Ed Watch revealed that Sallie Mae had filed a New York Freedom of Information Law request asking community colleges in the State University of New York (SUNY) system to provide the company with contact information for their students. Show More Summary
One of the reasons our debt-based college aid system puts up barriers to college access is that student loans are treated differently under the law than any other unsecured debt. In the case of a defaulted student loan, student-loanShow More Summary
Mike Convente, a left-wing Daily Kos diarist and a representative on the University of Pennsylvania health care committee, took to the pages of Kos to complain about the "law of unintended consequences" of ObamaCare. Convente is also...Show More Summary
By Sarah Burstein, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law Apple, Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Fed. Cir. Nov. 18, 2013) (Apple III) Download 2013-1129 Panel: Prost (author), Bryson, O'Malley As Dennis reported yesterday,...
Joseph E. Slater (University of Toledo College of Law) has posted on SSRN his recent piece in the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal entitled: The Strangely Unsettled State of Public-Sector Labor in the Past Thirty Years. Here is the...
Sherman J. Clark (Michigan), Law School as Liberal Education, 63 J. Legal Educ. 235 (2013): The president of a liberal arts college, if asked why college is worthwhile, would be able to respond on several levels. He or she would certainly say something about the value of the degree as...
During Saturday morning's taping of ESPN's College GameDay, a fan held up a "Stanford Supports Obamacare" sign to insult the Cardinal football team, symbolizing how unpopular President Barack Obama's healthcare law is even on college campuses in Southern California. Show More Summary
Wouldn’t want to exclude veterans of foreign armies from Veterans Day honors, now would we? Harvard Law internationalizes Veterans Day (Update – Harvard responds) At least something is booming: Student Loan Debt has Increased 463% Under Obama Just try it,
The faculty at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law are upset because of their raises that are not only insulting, but evidently an insult with an extra dark message. The AAUP Chapter at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has filed an unfair labor practice charge with the State of Ohio alleging that the law school retaliated against [...]
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Case Western Law names “co-deans,” but the students would rather follow purple drank. [Case Western Reserve College of Law] Hell hath no fury like an Ivy League journal editor scorned. In fact, the best an angry hell can do is make you feel like you are living in Ithaca. [Gawker] Law schools…
Keith Cunningham-Parmeter (Willamette University College of Law) has posted on SSRN his recently-published piece in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law: Men at Work, Fathers at Home: Uncovering the Masculine Face of Caregive Discrimination. Here is the abstract: Despite...
Guest Post by Christopher A. Cotropia, Professor of Law and Austin Owen Research Fellow, University of Richmond School of Law; Jay P. Kesan, Professor and H. Ross & Helen Workman Research Scholar, University of Illinois College of Law; and David...