Some Thoughts on University Disciplinary Proceedings

Heyman, Ira Michael
March 1966
California Law Review;Mar1966, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p73
Academic Journal
Examines the factors which university law makers should consider in the formulation of disciplinary proceedings for students. Conflict between two conceptions on the relationship between a university and its students; Case analysis on the decision-making structure to address disciplinary actions at the University of California at Berkeley; Discussion on some decision-making procedurs.


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