The nature and effect of faculty regulations of law schools would seem to have important bearing on the legal education that these schools offer. General faculty regulations of parent colleges or universities, of course, are important in their effects on their law schools. But of much greater interest to law teachers and students are the faculty regulations that are peculiar to law schools. With these facts in mind, the writer undertook to survey the state of faculty regulations of American law schools.
William L. Richard, Faculty Regulations of American Law Schools, 13 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 581 (1964)