This Note will examine the national trend employed by different courts in dealing with the issue of access to peer review materials. Section II of this Note delineates the recent case law in university peer review cases. Next, Section III presents the statement of the case and details the impact of an action in mandamus. Finally, Section IV analyzes the Ohio Supreme Court's ruling in light of the University's arguments of academic freedom and the need for confidentiality.
Gerberry, Robert A.
"James v. Ohio State University: Ohio Declares Promotion and Tunure Records of State-Supported Universities and Colleges Public Records Subject to Discloure,"
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