What's Making Colleges More Prone to Lawsuits

(Courtesy of Amy Gajda)

Amy Gajda, assistant professor of journalism and law at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Along with producing lawyers, our nation's colleges are increasingly producing work for them. As courts get more involved in campus affairs, such judicial intervention poses a serious threat to academic freedom, argues Amy Gajda in her new book, The...

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