Due process for the accused is making a comeback under Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Topic: rule of law
Law Schools v. The Law
The definition of law is being twisted by officials who feel they are above the law, said a Reagan judicial appointee.
Texas Assembly Advanced Bill on Defunding Sanctuary Campuses
From Campus Reform: Senate Bill 4, which passed the Texas Senate on February 8, threatens fines of up to $25,500 and the withholding of funds from cities or campuses that refuse to cooperate with federal…
Due Process Rights in College Rape Investigations a Part of a New Bill in Georgia
From Reason: Georgia House Bill 51 aims to stop universities from conducting their own investigations into felonies, including sexual assault, instead requiring them to have law enforcement take charge. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that the bill,…
Democrats Unhappy with Trump’s Education Pick on Views on Due Process
From The College Fix: President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, is being declared unfit to serve not for her best-known cause – K-12 reform and school choice – but because the…
George Washington Students Want a Free Pass on Federal Laws and Final Exams
This video from Campus Reform illustrates why people make fun of today’s college students and Millennials in general:
Syracuse Chancellor on ‘Sanctuary Campus’ Idea: We Have to Obey Federal Laws
Looks like the Syracuse chancellor has the right idea, considering this country is one built on rule of law: Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud today “expressed support for undocumented students” but said the school “must comply…
Release Long-Term Criminals, Cornell Law Professor Says
All in the name of financials and economics…let’s get criminals out of prisons and back on the streets.
Texas Campus Police Instructed to Ignore Inconsistencies in Rape Reporting
From the College Fix: That’s why it’s troubling those advocates to see how the University of Texas-Austin is attempting to turn a neutral institution – its campus police – into an advocate for one party….
Um, Ok: Court Rules George Mason University Violated Rights of Expelled Student
Uh, this is a different kind of constitutional right case: In a sweeping ruling that also encompassed speech codes and sexual privacy, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis in Alexandria, Va., ruled that George Mason University…