Ellen M. Babbitt concentrates in the area of higher education law, representing colleges and universities in tenure disputes, discrimination cases, government investigations, program and school closures, and other sensitive matters. She has authored numerous articles on program closure, accommodating students with disabilities, and best practices in designing EEO compliance programs for college campuses.
Licensed since 1981
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|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||1981||08/17/2015|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|National Association of College and University Attorneys||Associate Individual Member||1996 - 2007|
|Phi Beta Kappa||Member||1977 - Present|
|American Bar Association, Litigation Section||Member||N/A|
|Journal of College and University Law||The "Quiet Revolution" in Employment Law||2006|
|NACUA Compendium, 2004 (edited second edition)||Accommodating Students with Learning and Emotional Disabilities||2004|
|Journal of College and University Law||Retrenchment||2003|
|NACUA Compendium, 2002 (edited second edition)||Academic Program Closures: A Legal Compendium||2002|
|Northwestern University School of Law||Law||J.D., cum laude||1980|
|Vanderbilt University||N/A||B.A., magna cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa||1977|