Higher education law : the faculty

Steven G. Poskanzer

"Do we need to talk to our lawyers about this?" "What do the attorneys say?" "Why didn't you get the lawyers involved before now?" Just about every department chair and dean, certainly every provost and president, and an ever-increasing number of faculty find themselves asking-or being asked-such questions. Dealing with issues ranging from academic freedom to job security and faculty discipline, lawyers, legal requirements, and lawsuits has become an established part of the apparatus of American higher education. Higher Education Law was written to help faculty and administrators navigate critical legal issues and avoid potential legal pitfalls. Drawing on his experience as university counsel, administrator, and teacher at a number of institutions, Steven G. Poskanzer explains the law as it pertains to faculty activities both inside and outside the academy, including faculty roles as scholars, teachers, and members of institutional communities, as well as employees and public citizens. In each of these areas, he expands his discussion of cases and decisions to set out his own views both on the current status of the law and how it is likely to evolve.

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  • Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: The Lay of the LandChapter 3: Faculty ScholarshipChapter 4: Faculty in the ClassroomChapter 5: Faculty as Institutional CItizensChapter 6: Faculty as Public CitizensChapter 7: Faculty as EmployeesChapter 8: Final Thoughts on Faculty and the Law

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書名 Higher education law : the faculty
著作者等 Poskanzer Steven G.
出版元 Johns Hopkins University Press
刊行年月 c2002
ページ数 xi, 352 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0801867495
0801867487
NCID BA55387184
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国

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