Although students have traditionally paid little attention to university disciplinary codes, recent campus disturbances have given these codes unprecedented significance. Those subjected to disciplinary proceedings have charged, among other things, that the provisions which regulate their behavior are too vague to inform them of what they may and may not do. Arguing that a broadly-worded code of conduct is necessary to govern, university administrators, however, have refused to make their regulations more precise.
Administrative Law | First Amendment | Law
George A. Bermann & Ballard Jamieson Jr.,
Bringing the Vagueness Doctrine on Campus,
Yale L. J.
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