2.3.06 Report To Faculty And Faculty Action
A. The committee shall report, in writing, its findings with regard to the truth or falsity of each item contained in the Bill of Particulars and its recommendation on the question of grounds, to the faculty within ten days following the conclusion of the hearing. The faculty shall immediately set a date, not less than 20 days thereafter, for hearing on the committee report, and shall direct the Dean to notify the member of said hearing by certified mail, return receipt requested, enclosing with said notice a copy of the hearing committee report. Said hearing shall be conducted on the date so established, provided notice thereof is received by the member no less than fourteen (14) days prior to the date of said hearing.
B. For purposes of receiving the hearing committee report and taking action thereon all members of the faculty, except those who disqualify themselves because of an interest in the outcome of the matter, shall be entitled to participate in faculty meetings. C. The faculty shall accept the findings of fact of the Committee, unless a majority thereof feels that additional inquiries should be made with regard to any finding of fact adverse to the member, in which event the Committee shall conduct further hearings pursuant to these rules. D. Briefs on the question of grounds may be submitted to the faculty by the member, the person(s) bringing the charge and the hearing committee through its chairman no less than five (5) days prior to the date of said hearing on committee report. An original and 25 copies shall be submitted to the secretary of the Law School faculty. Oral commentary may be presented at the hearing on the committee report not to exceed forty-five minutes by member, 30 minutes by person(s) bringing charges and 30 minutes by chairman of hearing committee.
E. The persons entitled to be represented by counsel before the hearing committee shall be entitled to representation by counsel before the faculty.
F. The faculty, upon finding grounds for dismissal to exist, shall makes its recommendation thereon to the President, through the Dean, who shall separately make his recommendation to the President.
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