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Discrimination Against Women In Employment In Higher Education, Alan Miles Ruben, Betty J. Willis Jan 1971

Discrimination Against Women In Employment In Higher Education, Alan Miles Ruben, Betty J. Willis

Cleveland State Law Review

Having been forced to adjust the structure of academic governance and the design of the curriculum responsively to large-scale student protest, it now appears that universities will have to rework their traditional patterns for the appointment, compensation and promotion of faculty and administrative staff to satisfy the demands being made by the women's liberation movement for an end to sexist employment practices.


College Residency Requirement, Thomas G. Longo, George M. Schroeck Jan 1971

College Residency Requirement, Thomas G. Longo, George M. Schroeck

Cleveland State Law Review

Many state colleges and universities differentially classify students as "residents" or "nonresidents." Such institutional classifications have no legal effect regarding the students' legal domicile for other purposes, yet a classification of "nonresident" generally imposes the correlative of paying a substantially higher rate of tuition.


Untenured Professors' Rights To Reappointment, Arthur H. Kahn, Michael D. Solomon Jan 1971

Untenured Professors' Rights To Reappointment, Arthur H. Kahn, Michael D. Solomon

Cleveland State Law Review

We are now in a period during which present tenure systems are undergoing close scrutiny by the public and the legislatures. Some of those now criticizing universities would like to see these institutions of higher learning placed under greater accountability to the public. It is especially during this period that university boards and administrators must exercise extreme care to eliminate abuses of tenure and pre- vent any new abuses from occurring, in order to avoid unnecessary criticism from those who wish to embarrass the supporters of that academic freedom under which our universities have flourished. To further complicate this controversy …


Probationary Teachers And The Expectancy Of Continued Employment, James T. Flaherty Jan 1971

Probationary Teachers And The Expectancy Of Continued Employment, James T. Flaherty

Cleveland State Law Review

This article will investigate the extent to which the tenure benefits of due process are available to petitioners who can establish an "expectancy of employment." This due process, as to dismissal, includes notice, opportunity for a hearing and reasonable cause.


Corporal Punishment In Schools: An Infringement On Constitutional Freedoms, Thomas J. Baechle Jan 1971

Corporal Punishment In Schools: An Infringement On Constitutional Freedoms, Thomas J. Baechle

Cleveland State Law Review

The doctrine of in loco parentis and the right of the teacher to inflict corporal punishment has a long history of acceptance. The doctrine itself has survived for centuries with no serious challenges to its validity or acceptability. The doctrine states that a teacher stands in the place of the parent and has the right to discipline his students, including the right to inflict corporal punishment for reasonable cause and in a reasonable manner. The basis of the doctrine is an assumption of the delegation of parental authority and an assumption of the correctness of the teacher's actions. A direct …


Automobile Crashworthiness: An Untenable Doctrine, Michael Hoenig, Stephen J. Werber Jan 1971

Automobile Crashworthiness: An Untenable Doctrine, Michael Hoenig, Stephen J. Werber

Cleveland State Law Review

Unobtrusively, but with increasing frequency, the courts are rejecting a theory of liability being vigorously advanced by some members of the plaintiffs' bar with the apparent intent of opening up a vast new source of contingent fee income. The theory, variously labelled as "crashworthiness" or the "second collision" doctrine seeks to impose common-law liability upon the automobile industry for injurious consequences- of automobile collisions despite the fact that no defect or mal- function in the vehicle causes the mishap.


Habeas Corpus In Peru: Myth And Reality, H. H. A. Cooper Jan 1971

Habeas Corpus In Peru: Myth And Reality, H. H. A. Cooper

Cleveland State Law Review

The purpose of the present article is not to criticize the laudable project of those whose object is to secure better protection for fundamental human rights, but rather to examine in detail the theory and practice of habeas corpus in one Latin American country, Peru, and to demonstrate that the greatest encroachments on human rights come not from political tyranny, as is popularly imagined, but from the malfunctioning of the legal system itself, against which even the most perfectly conceived habeas corpus is quite ineffective. It is trite but true that a legal system is only as effective as the …


Book Review, James C. Williams Jan 1971

Book Review, James C. Williams

Cleveland State Law Review

Review of Legal Limits of Authority over the Pupil, Edward C. Bolmeier, Michie Co. 1970


Book Review, George R. Katosic Jan 1971

Book Review, George R. Katosic

Cleveland State Law Review

The reviewer summarizes Marijuana - The New Prohibition by John Kaplan. The book describes both the benefits and negative consequences of marijuana use and suggests that a licensing system is instituted to control use of the drug, but not outlaw it.


Regulation Of Pharmaceutical Advertising, Anthony S. Zito Jr. Jan 1971

Regulation Of Pharmaceutical Advertising, Anthony S. Zito Jr.

Cleveland State Law Review

Federal trade commission regulation of pharmaceutical advertising is a subject of considerable current interest. The criteria for determining the acceptability of these advertisements are still evolving, and a definitive set of rules has not yet been fully articulated. Nevertheless certain trends are developing.' One of the major objectives of this paper is to predict the ultimate form of these rules.