|Present||Associate Professor of Law, Campbell University School of Law|
- Comparative Issues in Education Law and Policy
- Education Law
- Federal Civil Rights Litigation
- Public School Law Litigation
- Special Education Law
Special-Education Litigation: An Empirical Analysis of North Carolina's First Tier West Virginia Law Review (2016)
Special-education litigation begins, under the terms of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), with an “impartial due process” proceeding. States enjoy limited discretion to establish the manner by which they will effectuate this process. ...
Deconstructing a Decade of Charter School Funding Litigation: An Argument for Reform North Carolina Law Review (2012)
For over a decade, North Carolina's charter schools and traditional public schools have been embroiled in litigation over access to local public funding. This litigation shows no sign of abatement. In fact, disputes between charter ...