Written by Professor Derek Black of the University of South Carolina School of Law, this casebook from the Aspen Casebook series focuses on education law from an equality and civil rights perspective. Topics include race, poverty, gender, and disability, all within the realm of current education law.
This two-volume set covers a broad range of education law topics from governance issues to educational equity. The encyclopedia also includes a number of biographies and case studies for famous people and cases found in the field of education law. Volume 1 comprises A-K, and volume 2 includes L-Z and the index.
This loose-leaf practice aid comes in 7 volumes, including a collection of practice forms and a general index. Part of the LexisNexis Matthew Bender series, the content is updated by supplement each year to reflect the most up-to-date developments in American education law.
Part of the Nutshell series, this small treatise outlines education from both student and teacher perspectives. Topics on students include "Due Process Rights of Students," "Student Testing," and "Student Records, Defamation, and Privacy."
This annual periodical compiles all the relevant education law developments on an array of topics for each year. It covers everything from school employees to students with disabilities to education law in select foreign jurisdictions. Prior to the 1990s, this periodical was known as The Yearbook of School Law. It is a great resource for both current and historical education law research.
Part of the Aspen Casebook Series, this textbook covers the entire process of a juvenile justice case, from investigation to disposition. Although this is a textbook containing several different areas of children's law, an entire third of the book is devoted to discussion of juvenile justice issues.
A joint publication between the University of South Carolina Law Center and the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville, this journal is published quarterly and is available online at Westlaw and Lexis with a login and is readily accessible on HeinOnline through the law school's IP address.