Stetson University

1999 - National Conference on Law and Higher Education Archive

Pre-Conference

Pre Conference
Barbara A. Lee. (Liability), Instructional and Academic Activities: Trends in Tort Liability
•  John D. Marshall, Jr. (Liability), Premises Liability, College/University Liability for Criminal Acts, Urban Campus Issues, and Sovereign Immunity Part I
•  John D. Marshall, Jr. (Liability), Premises Liability, College/University Liability for Criminal Acts, Urban Campus Issues, and Sovereign Immunity Part II 
•  Linda A. Sharp. (Athletics), Issues in Sports and Recreational Activities 
•  Howard W. Bell, Jr. (Campus Safety), Campus Safety: Facilities and Vehicles 
•  James C. Grimm. (Campus Safety), Campus Safety: Where We Are Going and Where Are We Going? 
•  Glenn Klinksiek. (Liability), Managing College Operations in Ways that Minimize Exposure to Personal Injury Lawsuits of Students and Third Parties: A Risk Manager's View 

Volume I

Student Affairs Materials
Ann H. Franke and Martin Michaelson. (First Amendment), Pressures Today on Faculty Academic Freedom in American Higher Education
•  Anne P. Dupre. (Classroom), Civility in the Classroom 
•  Lawrence White. (First Amendment), The Campus as a Marketplace of Ideas: Are There Limits to Free Speech? A Guide to Analysis 
•  Elsa Kircher Cole and Jeffrey H. Orleans. (Athletics), Be on the Sports Page and Not on the Front Page: Pressure Points in College Athletics 
•  Donald D. Gehring. (Due Process), Do We Really Need All This Process? 
•  Melinda Grier. (Student Discipline), Student Disciplinary Procedures: Is it Time to Simplify Process? 
•  Mary Ann Connell and Edward N. Stoner II. (Title VII/IX), Burlington, Faragher, Oncale & Beyond: Recent Developments in Title VII/Title IX Jurisprudence 
•  Kevin A. Cranman. (Copyright), Copyright Issues in the Digital Millennium Part I 
•  Kevin A. Cranman. (Copyright), Copyright Issues in the Digital Millennium Part II 
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Whose Computer is it, Anyway? 
•  Robert D. Bickel. (Video Surveillance), Legal Issues Related to Video Surveillance 
•  Richard Chace. (Privacy), Closed Circuit Television vs. Privacy 
•  Richard Chace. (Privacy), CCTV vs. Privacy Supplementary Materials: CCTV for Public Safety Summit Format; Proposed Policy on CCTV Monitoring and Recording of Public Areas for Safety and Security Purposes 
•  Thomas M. Seamon. (Privacy/ Policy), Draft Policy for the Use of Closed Circuit Television Monitoring on Campus 
•  William A. Kaplin and Gary Pavela. (Harassment), Peer/Faculty Sexual Harassment 

Volume II

Student Affairs Materials
Teri B. Goldman. (ADA), Serving Students with Disabilities in Higher Education: Making the Transition from the Idea
•  Barbara A. Lee. (ADA), The Implications of ADA Litigation for Employers: A Review of Federal Appellate Court Decisions 
•  Charles F. Carletta. (Legal Issues/ Private Schools), Current Legal Issues Affecting Private Colleges and Universities 
•  Kaye Lingle Koonce. (2-Year Institutions), Survey of Cases Reported in 1998 Involving Two Year Institutions 
•  William Mullowney. (Community Colleges/ Cyberspace), Information Technology Outsourcing at Community Colleges: Legal Considerations of an Emerging Trend 
•  Dr. Fernando C. Gomez. (Faculty), Trends in the Relationship Between Faculty and Public Universities: A University Lawyer's Perspective 
•  Stephen J. Hirschfeld. (Faculty), Faculty Legal Issues Update 
•  Thomas J. Flygare and Peter H. Ruger. (Discrimination), Strategies for Minimizing Legal Claims by Students and Employees Alleging Discrimination Under Federal Law 
•  John C. Alfano. (Faculty), Faculty Collective Bargaining: Past, Present and Future 
•  Thomas P. Hustoles. (Faculty), Faculty Collective Bargaining: Past, Present and Future 
•  Timothy F. Brooks. (Drugs and Alcohol), "The Delaware Plan": A Compilation of Information Concerning the University of Delaware's Efforts to Curb Binge and Abusive Drinking Among Students 
•  Peter F. Lake and Joe C. Epstein. (Liability), The Evolution of Liability Rules Regarding College Student Alcohol Injuries: Reducing Student Injury and Exposure 
•  (Copyright/ Distance Learning), Copyright Law and Distance Learning Part I 
•  (Copyright/ Distance Learning), Copyright Law and Distance Learning Part II 
•  Michael B. Goldstein. (Distance Learning), Regulatory Implications of Distance Learning 
•  (Higher Ed), Higher Education Amendments of 1998: Table of Contents 
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