This examination seeks to address the problems both universities and students confront regarding the growth of student expression. It is noted that contemporary students sometimes have fewer rights than petty criminals and this article explores the common reasons behind universities’ abbreviated procedures and reconcile those reasons with students’ emerging Fourteenth Amendment rights.
William W. Van Alstyne, Procedural Due Process and State University Students, 10 UCLA Law Review 368-389 (1963)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
In loco parentis, Equality before the law, Students, Universities and colleges, Freedom of speech, Due process of law, Constitution. 14th Amendment