THE CONTINUING CONTROVERSY OVER MANDATORY STUDENT FEES
Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke As reported in Fraternal Law in September 2000, the University of Wisconsin has unsuccessfully struggled attempting to defend the constitutionality of its mandatory student fee system. In 1996, a group of conservative students and...READ MORE
FIRST AMENDMENT GOVERNS KENTUCKY STATE UNIVERSITY
Robert E. Manley, Manley & Burke The First Amendment Rights of Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Association are so complexly intertwined, that if they are withdrawn from any student group, the action harms all student groups and everyone else...READ MORE
A NEW ATTACK ON KEG PARTIES: BUT IS IT LEGAL?
Lycette Nelson A year-old Ohio law attacking beer blasts and underage drinking is now itself under attack. The Ohio Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is challenging the constitutionality of an Ohio keg law passed in August, 2000. The...READ MORE
THE CHICO STATE LAWSUIT: IS ILLEGALLY SERVING ALCOHOL UNFAIR COMPETITION?
Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke The lawsuit filed by Michael and Edith Heideman, the parents of Adrian Heideman, who died in the Pi Kappa Phi House at Cal State-Chico, contains claims against the national fraternity, its chapter, officers of...READ MORE
ANOTHER SENSELESS CAMPUS DEATH
Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke On January 27, 2001, 19-year old Seth Korona at tended, along with perhaps 400 other students, a Theta Chi rush party at Indiana University. A week later he was dead. During the party, Korona...READ MORE
THE RESPONSE TO ALCOHOL DEATH AT CHICO STATE
Timothy M. Burke, Manley & Burke Adrian Heideman died on October 7, 2000, at Cal State-Chico's Pi Kappa Phi House . Adrian had been encouraged to drink a substantial quantity of blackberry brandy. The lawsuit that has now been filed...READ MORE