Stetson University

2003 - National Conference on Law and Higher Education Archive

Pre-Conference

Pre Conference: Foundations of Higher Education Law
William A. Kaplin. (History), Foundations of Higher Education Law: Basic Organizing Principles and Concepts of Higher Education Law
•  William A. Kaplin, Barbara A. Lee, and Gary Pavela. (History), Foundations of Higher Education Law (PPT)
Opening Plenary Session: Evaluating our Response to September 11
Deborah T. Ashford. (September 11), Evaluating Our Response to the Events of September 11, 2001: Changes in Law and Policy Throughout the University
•  Wendy S. White. (September 11), Evaluation Our Response to the Events of September 11, 2001: Civil Rights, Civil Liberties, and Free Speech
•  David Palfreyman. (September 11), Students Abroad: Out of Sight, Out of Mind and Beyond the University's Duty of Care in English Law?
•  Alison P. Landry. (September 11), Evaluating Our Response to the Events of September 11, 2001: An Introduction to Virginia Attorney General Immigration Compliance Memo 
•  Alison P. Landry. (September 11), Memorandum to College Presidents, regarding Immigration Law Compliance Update 
•  Dolores Stafford. (September 11), Evaluation Our Response to the Event of September 11, 2001: Changes in the Law & Policy Throughout the University, A Law Enforcement Perspective 
•  Hogan & Hartson LLP. (September 11), Attachment A: Laboratory Regulation: Biosafety and Bioterrorism 
•  Ann H. Franke. (September 11), The Post-911 Risk Agenda 

Main Conference

Student Affairs Materials
Robert Bickel. (Mental Health), A Brief Commentary on the Conceptual Parameters of the Affirmative Duty Doctrine and Campus Mental Health Professionals: The So-Called "Tarasoff" Rule or Standard
•  Vicki Gotkin. (Mental Health), From Diagnosis to Treatment: Addressing Legal Issues Related to Mental Illness on Your Campus
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Intellectual Property and Cyberspace Law Update: Recent Law and Policy Issues 
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Intellectual Property and Cyberspace Law Update (PPT)
•  Nancy Tribbensee. (Cyberspace), Legal Issues in Managing Computing and Electronic Resources 
•  (Cyberspace), The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace,The President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board 
•  Graham Spanier. (Cyberspace), Purpose and Scope of the Joint Committee of the Higher Education and Entertainment Communities 
•  Rodney J. Petersen. (Cyberspace), Cyberspace Law Update: Copyright Law and Policy 
•  Policy Development, Policy Development Process, ACUPA 
•  Nancy Tribbensee. (Cyberspace), Negligent Security: The Duty to Protect Computing and Electronic Resources 
•  (Copyright), Copyright Law of the United States of America, U.S. Congress 
•  Beverly Ledbetter and Michael Goldberger. (Diversity), Race, Culture & Religion: A Review of Recent Judicial Decision and Commentary 
•  Paul Joffe. (Suicide), An Empirically Supported Program to Prevent Suicide Among a College Population 
•  Paul Joffe. (Suicide), An Empirically Supported Program to Prevent Suicide Among a College Population (PPT)
•  Angela Alkire and Ann Franke. (Children), Children on Campus 
•  Angela Alkire. (Children), Children on Campus (PPT)
•  Sheila Trice Bell. (Children), Children on Campus: Legal Implications of Children's Presence and Activity on Campus 
•  Linda Langford. (Torts), Solving the Disconnect Between Planning and Evaluation, and the Prevention of Liability: How to Implement Assessment Mechanisms In Law and Policy Initiatives 
•  Linda Langford. (Torts), Solving the Disconnect Between Planning and Evaluation, and the Prevention of Liability: How to Implement Assessment Mechanisms In Law and Policy Initiatives (PPT)
•  Miriam McKendall. (Torts), Solving the Disconnect Between Planning and Evaluation, and the Prevention of Liability: How to Implement Assessment Mechanisms In Law and Policy Initiatives 
•  Miriam McKendall. (Torts), Solving the Disconnect Between Planning and Evaluation, and the Prevention of Liability: How to Implement Assessment Mechanisms In Law and Policy Initiatives (PPT)
•  Kimberly Novak. (Torts), Reducing Tort Liability on Campus Through Pro-Active Risk Assessment: A Comprehensive Model 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Torts), Reducing Tort Liability on Campus Through Pro-Active Risk Assessment: A Comprehensive Model, Appendix 1: Texas A&M University Performance Management Model 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Torts), Reducing Tort Liability on Campus Through Pro-Active Risk Assessment: A Comprehensive Model, Appendix 2: Guide to Recognized Student Organization, Texas A & M University 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Torts), Reducing Tort Liability on Campus Through Pro-Active Risk Assessment: A Comprehensive Model, Appendix 3: Letter to Student Organization Advisors 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Torts), Reducing Tort Liability on Campus Through Pro-Active Risk Assessment: A Comprehensive Model, Appendix 4: Pre-Event Planning Form 
•  William Hoye. (Torts), Reducing Tort Liability on Campus Through Pro-Active Risk Assessment 
•  Brian A. Snow. (Corporate Universities), Challenging the Corporate University 
•  James F Shekleton. (Corporate Universities), Has the Clever Doctor Faustus Overindulged in the Cursed Necromancy of the Corporate World or Has He Found Another Way to Preserve, to Enlarge and to Transmit Learning's Golden Gifts?
Academic Affairs Materials
Daniel Underwood. (Faculty), Adjust Faculty and Emerging Legal Trends
•  Kushibab. (First Amendment), Forum Analysis in Public Colleges and Universities
•  (First Amendment), Brister v. Faulkner: Vagaries of the Public Forum Doctrine on Campus 
•  Barbara A. Lee. (Senior Administration), Law and Policy Update for Academic Provosts, Deans, and Department Chairs: Challenges to Tenure Decisions 
•  Mary Ann Connell. (Senior Administration), Law and Policy Update for Academic Provosts, Deans, and Department Chairs: Faculty Employment Issues 
•  Howard W. Bell. (Budget), Shrinking Budgets: Challenges and Opportunities for Administrators and Lawyers 
•  Debra Zumwalt. (Budget), Shrinking Budgets: Challenges and Opportunities for Administrators and Lawyers
•  (Budget), Shrinking Budgets: Challenges and Opportunities for Administrators and Lawyers, Appendix 1:Guidelines for Stanford's Outside Counsel 

Post-Conference

Post Conference: Understanding and Complying with the Clery Act
Jackie McClain, Karen Stone, and Kimberly Wible. (Clery Act), The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (PPT)
•  Karen J. Stone. (Clery Act), Understanding and Complying with the Clery Act
•  McClain, Karen Stone, and Kimberly Wible. (Clery Act), Implementation of Sexual Offender Laws (PPT)
•  (Clery Act), California State University Police Departments Systemwide Operational Guidelines, Chapter 19: Implementation of Sexual Offender Laws 
•  (Clery Act), Clery Act Required Policy and Procedure Checklist 
•  (Clery Act), Common Problems in Clery Reporting 
•  (Clery Act), Suggested Preparation for Public Notification
•  (Clery Act), Department of Justice Federal Guidelines 
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