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School of Law Dispute Resolution

Policy
Purpose: 
These procedures are established as a means to resolving disputes. They shall be applied so as to protect the due process and other rights of parties to the dispute.  
 
These dispute resolution procedures are intended to supplement, not supplant, other more informal means of resolving disputes that may arise, and parties are encouraged to resolve disputes informally before resorting to formal procedures.
Applies to: 

Students in the School of Law

Campus: 
Lawrence
Contact: 
Leah Terranova
Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
School of Law
785-864-4357
Approved by: 
Faculty Student Assembly
Approved on: 
Friday, September 27, 2002
Effective on: 
Wednesday, January 1, 2003
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
Keywords: 
grievance procedure, dispute resolution, law school
Change History: 

09/21/2021: Converted from PDf to live text page.
01/30/2015: Updated.
10/28/2013: Policy published in the Policy Library.

Academic Categories: 
Grievance & Appeals
School/College Policy Categories: 
Grievance & Appeals

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