An appeals court has denied Louisiana State University a stay of proceedings of a district court that ruled the university must release the names of candidates in its most recent presidential search.
A student journalist seeking the names of Louisiana State University’s presidential candidates has lost her lawsuit against the university.
A Louisiana newspaper has won its lawsuit against Louisiana State University, with a ruling that makes presidential search candidates’ names public record.
The editor of Louisiana State University’s student newspaper filed suit today against the school seeking names of applicants for the school’s top position.
The editor-in-chief of Louisiana State University’s student newspaper is threatening legal action against the school’s private foundation and the university system for withholding names of its presidential candidates.
The University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees has decided it will release the names of its presidential search finalists after a months-long fight to keep them private.
Louisiana State University is keeping secret the names of more than 30 candidates competing to be the next president by conducting the search through its private foundation.
A state judge’s ruling last week that the University of Wyoming must make public documents containing the identities of the school’s presidential search finalists might become void if the state’s lawmakers approve newly introduced legislation.
The following states have enacted laws or issued court opinions that provide some indication regarding the availability of information related to searches for top-level executives at public schools or universities.
When school boards and university boards of trustees conduct executive searches, journalists often find themselves locked out.