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Citing New Federal Campus Crime Law, Missouri Judge Orders School to Release Campus Court Records

(02/01/99 12:00am)

In the first case involving application of the federal campus crime reporting laws enacted last fall, a Missouri judge ruled on January 26 that Southwest Missouri State University was required to open certain student disciplinary records to the public. Three days after the ruling, the university released the names of five students who had been found guilty in campus judicial proceedings of violent or sexual offenses.

















Florida court reverses opinion on FERPA case involving confidentiality of student complaint against professor

(04/22/13 4:29pm)

A Florida appeals court has reversed its opinion in a student privacy case, ruling last month that the college does not have to disclose to a professor the name of a student who sent an email complaining of his classroom behavior and teaching methods.