AAUP Principles

AAUP has issued authoritative statements on academic freedom and shared governance, which have been adopted widely by universities, colleges, and law schools.  AAUP principles – including both the 1940 Statement of Academic Freedom and Tenure and the 1966 Statement of Professional Ethics – are incorporated by the internal rules of Albany Law School, as well as the rules maintained by the American Association of Law Schools (“AALS”) and the American Bar Association (“ABA”).  For a detailed review of AAUP principles and best practices, please see the following website: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications .



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