A. Histories of Universities
B. Histories of Distance Education
C. Biographies of administrators of universities with onlilne programs
1. The lawsuit in North Carolina
Nova University v. The University of North Carolina, 287 S.E.2d 872 (N.C. 1982)(Nova I), see the text
Followup: 27 Oct H. Shanks recommends contacting Clerk of the Court in North Carolina
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The clerk of the court reported that "Volumes for 1981 and before are bound and the volumes since 1981 are on microfiche. Unfortunately, the microfiches for volumes 305 is not available. Volumes 306 and higher are in the archives of the Supreme Court....In 21 years working here, I've never had this happen before. This is the first request I've seen for volume 305. Perhaps you can contact the attorneys and get the briefs that were filed."
Retired Chief Justice James G. Exum, Jr. of the Supreme Court of North Carolina noted Marvin’s "vigorous and able representation" in Nova University v. Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina, 305 N.C. 156, 287 S.E.2d 872 (1982). http://ncclassactions.com/About_Us.html
Marvin Schiller Professional Park at Pleasant Valley
27 October: The assistant to Mr. Schiller said that she would look for the document and scan it. "It might take a few days."representing North Carolina
H. Shanks represented Nova University.
2. The lawsuit in District of Columbia
Nova University v. Educational Institution Licensure Commission, 483 A.2d 1172 (D.C. App. 1984)(Nova II)
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