May 252012
 
 May 25, 2012  Court, Youth & Schools

Dahleen Glanton of the Chicago Tribune reports the latest in the long-running battle between the paper and the University of Illinois:

The Chicago Tribune’s legal fight to identify the parents of University of Illinois applicants who got preferential treatment is expected to move to a state court after a federal appeals ruling left the issue unresolved Thursday.

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in ruling that a state court would be the proper forum, vacated a federal district court ruling last year that sided with the Tribune in finding that the release of the records would not violate federal privacy laws, as the university had argued.

Read more on the Chicago Tribune.

via @EducationNY

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