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An Analysis Of The Right To Education In Hurley And Moore V. Secretary Of State For Business, Innovation & Skills And Its Application In The United States, Emma Melton Jan 2014

An Analysis Of The Right To Education In Hurley And Moore V. Secretary Of State For Business, Innovation & Skills And Its Application In The United States, Emma Melton

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

In the past seventy years, the idea of education as a fundamental right has spread in democratic countries throughout the world. Multiple constitutions and international treaties have codified an inalienable right to education provided by the government. Recent litigation has highlighted a possibility that high tuition rates for universities may effectively serve as barriers to accessing higher learning and infringe upon this fundamental right to education.

This Note will address a 2011 case in the United Kingdom, Hurley and Moore v. Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills, which recognized the harm of increasing higher education tuition fees to low-income ...


Title Vii In Academia: A Critical Analysis Of The Judicial Policy Of Deference, Andrew M. Staub Jan 1986

Title Vii In Academia: A Critical Analysis Of The Judicial Policy Of Deference, Andrew M. Staub

Washington University Law Review

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“Brown V. Board Of Education Was The Beginning”: The School Desegregation Cases In The United States Supreme Court: 1954-1979, Philip B. Kurland Jan 1979

“Brown V. Board Of Education Was The Beginning”: The School Desegregation Cases In The United States Supreme Court: 1954-1979, Philip B. Kurland

Washington University Law Review

A retrospective look at the Supreme Court's efforts in the field of school desegregation may at least reveal something about how the Court works and about the limitations of the judicial process.