DUTY TO FRATERNITY GUESTS EXPLAINED BY INDIANA COURT
Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke In July, the Supreme Court of the State of Indiana issued decisions in three cases which may directly affect the responsibility of a fraternity chapter or a house corporation to protect its tenants or...READ MORE
BETTER CAMPUS COMMUNICATION NEEDED
Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke A key player on every campus is its lawyer. Larger campuses often have lawyers on staff, but every educational institution has lawyers available. Over the last 25 years, it has been my experience that...READ MORE
NEIGHBORS SEEKS TO OUTLAW GREEKS
Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke The City Council of Salt Lake City is threatening to eliminate off-campus fraternity houses associated with the University of Utah. Nonstudent residents of the Federal Heights neighborhood where the fraternity houses are located claim...READ MORE
ASSESSMENTS OR CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATION?
Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke Several major universities are now considering, or attempting to implement, "assessments" of the Greek systems on their campuses. The Center for the Study of the College Fraternity is serving in an advisory role to...READ MORE