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  • Due Process In Professor Appeals: Public vs. Private Universities

    College and university professors may be in need of legal assistance when facing a variety of institutional decisions adversely affecting their status, including promotion, tenure issues and professor appeals; misconduct allegations and discriminatory employment actions. All of these areas of...

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  • Professor Appeals Re Student Evaluations

    Having written previously about Post-Tenure Review within the subject of Professor Appeals, Mr. Cohen addresses an ongoing issue for non -tenured professors with regard to Student Evaluations. These are voluntary anonymous online ratings of professors which students are encouraged to...

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  • PROFESSOR APPEALS AND REVIEWS

    College and university professors are subject to both academic performance reviews and disciplinary reviews. This website has addressed post-tenure reviews but the subject of tenure reviews and disciplinary reviews deserves some comment. The pre-tenure review process focuses on the same...

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  • Post-Tenure Review

    Post-tenure review is a process that begins following a specified period of time after the award of tenure has been granted a teaching professional and continues to occur at intervals unless a promotion review takes place. Tenure is described in...

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  • Academic Appeals Lawyer Explains Post-Tenure Review for Professors

    In the early 1980s a form of post-tenure review for faculty was implemented that goes beyond previous processes. The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) in 1999 published Post-Tenure Review: An AAUP Response, which offers recommendations to faculty professors whenever...

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  • Writing an Appeals Letter and When to Hire an Attorney

    An appeals letter begins the formal process for reconsideration of a decision reached concerning your alleged involvement in an incident. Penalties such as formal reprimand, probation, suspension or expulsion could be imposed on you. You have the right to an...

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