Regents of University of California v. Superior Court: Universities Have a Duty to Protect Students From Foreseeable Harm During Curricular Activities
by Robert C. Cloud & Richard Fossey - September 13, 2018
The California Supreme Court ruled that universities have a special relationship with their students that obligates them to protect students from foreseeable harm while students are in their classrooms or participating in curriculum-related activities.
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