Universities and Students



Universities and Students
A guide to rights, responsibilities and practical remedies

Authors: G R Evans and Jaswinder Gill
Published in association with The Times


  Author Details

Jaswinder Gill
Jaswinder Gill is a leading solicitor specializing in educational law and has been involved in a number of high-profile student cases.

G R Evans
G R Evans lectures at Cambridge University and is the Public Policy Secretary of the Council for Academic Freedom and Academic Standards. She has thirty years’ experience of teaching in higher education and also substantial case experience.

Paperback - 234x153mm - ISBN:0749434651 - 181 Pages - February 2001

Legal actions by students against universities are growing in number, and the issues such actions raise are increasingly becoming a major concern for both teaching and administrative staff.

Universities and Students is a handbook designed to clarify the legal framework that binds the student with the university or college. Covering the key issues that can give rise to disagreement or misunderstanding about this complex educational relationship, the book suggests practical remedies for a broad range of common areas of complaint, including:

With checklists and advice on how to identify common problem areas and their interconnections, this up-to-the-minute guide will help institutions understand what to do and what not to do. Ideal for personal tutors, lecturers, administrators and all staff in direct contact with students, the book sets out legal and good practice principles in clear and accessible language.


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