Educational Law

Education law can involve a multitude of subjects such as tenure, desegregation, sports, gender equity and Internet filtering. Listed below are the resources that the Zimmerman Law Library has to offer in this area, plus links to websites that contain education law information.

Books

You will find education law treatises and reporters on the third floor of the library between the call numbers KF4102 - KF4243. Some of the topics covered by the treatises are school desegregation, public prayer, amateur sports, tenure, and crime. The following list will provide you with a selection of materials of a more general nature:

  • The Yearbook of Education Law        KF4102.5 .N6 (1972-)
  • U.S. Supreme Court Education Cases        KF4110.3 .U15 1998
  • West's Education Law Reporter       KF4111 .A2 W377 (1982-1992)
  • School Law Reporter        KF4114 .N35 (1974)
  • Education Law (7 vol. treatise)       KF4115 .R37
  • U.S. School Laws and Rules        KF4119 .A1 L155
  • Education Law (Law for the Layperson)        KF4119.6 .J37 1998
  • The Law and Higher Education        KF4225 .A7 O44
  • United States Code Title 20         KF62
  • Code of Federal Regulations Title 34        KF70

Periodicals

Law reviews and journals can be found in the reserve area on the second floor (unbound issues) or on the third floor of the library (bound). The Index to Legal Periodicals is located on thesecond floor near the Circulation Desk (paper).The library holds the following:

  • BYU Education and Law Journal
  • Journal of Law and Education
  • NOLPE School Law Journal
  • National Organization on Legal Problems of Education

Ohio Materials

  • Baker's Ohio School Law Guide      KFO390 .B34
  • Baldwin's Ohio School Law     KFO390 .A6 O5
  • Ohio Jurisprudence 3d (Vol. 82, Pg. 83)     KFO65 .O5
  • Ohio Admin. Code (Vol. 5, §§3301-3379)     KFO35 .A44
  • Ohio Revised Code (Title 33)     KFO30

Websites

Many websites provide educational materials. The following sites, plus a search engine like LawCrawler, are recommended: 

Findlaw
Hieros Gamos
Legal Information Institute