Stetson University

2000 - National Conference on Law and Higher Education Archive

Pre-Conference

Pre Conference: Preventing Tort Liability and Losses: Identifying the Origins of Tort/Accident Liability and Defining Approaches that Limit Personal Injury Claims for Civil Damages
Robert D. Bickel. (Liability), Developments in the Law Governing Liability in 2000
•  William H. Hulsey. (Employment), Employment-Based Torts? Who Cares?
•  (Liability), Issues Regarding the Prevention and Management of Premises Liability Claims 
•  Linda A. Sharp. (Sports), Issues in Sports, Recreational Activities and Summer Camps 
•  Steven J. Healy. (Liability), Criminal Intrusion and Tort Liability - How the Modern University Can Protect the Campus Community and Itself 
•  Stephen Sivulich. (Liability), The Kent State Incident: A Scenario for Liability 

Volume I

Student Affairs Materials - Open Plenary Session: The Intersection of Law and Leadership
Robert D. Bickel. (Motivation), Disparate Treatment and the Issue of Improper Motivation
•  Stephen S. Dunham. (Motivation), Opening Plenary: Memorandum re: Michelle Worker
•  Wendy J. Thompson. (Discrimination), Dismantling the Glass Ceiling: An Overview of Select Disparate Treatment Title VII Cases 
•  William R. Amlong. (Discrimination), The Glass Ceiling: 'Sexual' Harassment as a method of keeping the lid glued down 
•  Howard W. Bell, Jr. (Discrimination/Affirmative Action), Glass Ceilings and Affirmative Action: Does the First Exist and is the Latter Really Needed?
•  Jackie McCain. (Leadership), The Intersection of Law and Leadership 
•  Suzy Fox. (Higher Ed), Disparate Treatment and the Issue of Improper Motivation 
•  Thomas P. Hustoles, Peter H. Ruger. (Faculty), Facing Change: Building the Faculty of the Future: A Discussion Outline of the Legal Implications of Ten Future-Oriented Policy Recommendations 
•  Thomas P. Hustoles. (Faculty), Facing Change: Building the Faculty of the Future Part I (reprinted with permission, American Association of State Colleges and Universities)
•  Thomas P. Hustoles. (Faculty), Facing Change: Building the Faculty of the Future Part II (reprinted with permission, American Association of State Colleges and Universities)
•  Thomas P. Hustoles. (Faculty), Facing Change: Building the Faculty of the Future Part III (reprinted with permission, American Association of State Colleges and Universities) 
•  William A. Kaplin, Gary Pavela. (Harassment), Law and Policy 2000: Peer Harassment after the Davis Case 
•  Barbara A. Lee. (Disabilities), Update on the Americans with Disabilities Act and Employment Discrimination 
•  Megan P. Norris. (Disabilities), Untangling the ADA and FMLA for Your Clients 
•  Megan P. Norris. (Disabilities), Untangling the ADA and FMLA for Your Clients (PPT)
•  Mary Ann Connell, Frederick G. Savage. (Faculty), Re-Evaluating Tenure Criteria: the Increasing Use of Collegiality as a Factor in the Tenure and Promotion Process 
•  Nancy E. Tribbensee. (Crimes/Violence), CHOICE: A Decision-Making Strategy for University Lawyers and Administrators 
•  Nancy E. Tribbensee. (Crimes/Violence), CHOICE: A Decision-Making Strategy for University Lawyers and Administrators (PPT)
•  George M. Shur. (Liability), The Liability of Educational Institutions for the Acts of Third Parties 
•  Donald D. Gehring. (Crimes/Violence), Crimes on Campus. Are They?
•  Dolores A. Stafford. (Crimes/Violence), Campus Violence: A University Police Perspective
•  Joel C. Epstein. (Crimes/Violence and Liability), Liability for Campus Violence  
•  Stephen Silvulich. (Crimes/Violence and Liability), The Kent State Incident: A Scenario for Liability  

Volume II

Student Affairs Materials
Perry A. Zirkel. (First Amendment), Public Universities and the Marketplace of Ideas: An Inventory of Students' First Amendment Secular Cases
•  Jospeh C. Beckham. (First Amendment), **Freedom of Expression Outside the Classroom: The First Amendment Student Organizations and the Public Forum Doctrine
•  Charles F. Carletta. (Contracts), Legal Issues Affecting Private Colleges and Universities: Contracts 
•  David Harpool. (Policy in Higher Ed), Applying Conflict of Interest Policies to the Entire College Community 
•  Teri B. Goldman. (Disabilities), The Scope of the University's Responsibility to Accommodate Disabled Students 
•  Teri B. Goldman. (Disabilities), The Scope of the University's Responsibility to Accommodate Disabled Students (PPT)
•  Wendy S. White. (Disabilities), Expectations and Accommodations Under the Americans with Disabilities Act 
•  Robert D. Bickel. (Video Surveillance), Legal Issues Related to Silent Video Surveillance 
•  Richard W. Chace. (Video Surveillance), Guidelines to Live By 
•  Thomas M. Seamon. (Video Surveillance), University of Pennsylvania Public Safety Division: CCTV Policy Materials 
•  John J. Biancamano. (Faculty), Doing Business with Faculty Owned Companies: Policy Considerations 
•  Stephen J. Hirschfeld. (Faculty), The Faculty Member as an Entrepreneur 
•  Lawrence White. (Privacy), Is the Right of Privacy Disappearing? Revisiting Issues of Privacy in the College and University Setting 
•  Robert D. Bickel, Peter F. Lake. (Higher Ed), Academic Failure vs. Academic Dishonesty: The Legal View 
•  Melinda W. Grier, Edward N. Stoner, II. (Misconduct), Student Misconduct in Instructional or Research Environments 
•  Anne Proffitt Dupre. (Misconduct), Open Windows 
•  Larry D. Bolles. (Misconduct), A Faculty Guide to Academic Misconduct
•  Larry D. Bolles. (Misconduct), Faculty Guide for Disruptive Students in the Classroom 

Post-Conference

Post-Conference
Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Back to the Future: Internet Law and Policy, Distance Education and (at last!) Nothing About Y2K, Index to Materials
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), An Introduction to Internet Law (Psst: There's no such thing!) (PPT)
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), An Overview of Internet Law 
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Virtual Legality: An Overview of Your Rights and Responsibilities in Cyberspace 
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Policy on Responsible Use of University Computing Resources at the Ohio State University 
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Frequently Asked Questions about the Policy on Responsible Use of University Computing Resources 
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Useful Cyberlaw Resources on the Internet
•  Georgia Harper. (Cyberspace), Copyright Law in Cyberspace
•  Marjorie Hodges Shaw. (Cyberspace), Information Technology: Rights and Responsibilities 
•  Marjorie Hodges Shaw. (Cyberspace), Responsible Use of Electronic Communications 
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