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Stephen Allred
University Professor
Profile

Following a career in the practice and teaching of law, Dr. Allred became a university administrator in 1995. He served as Director of UNC's graduate program in public administration, then as UNC's Executive Associate Provost, and finally as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Richmond. He was on the faculty at UNC for 22 years as a professor of public law and government before coming to the University of Richmond in 2008. Dr. Allred returned to full time teaching in the fall of 2015, teaching Employment Law and directing the DC Externship Program for law students. He also teaches a First Year Seminar for undergraduates in the spring semester.

Bar Admissions
North Carolina
District of Columbia
Professional Experience
University Professor (2014 - present)
University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, VA
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs; Professor (2008 - 2014)
University of Richmond, Richmond, VA
Executive Associate Provost (2004 - 2008)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Professor of Public Law and Government (1995 - 2008)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Associate Provost for Academic Initiatives (2001 - 2004)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Director, Master of Public Administration Program (1995 - 2001)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Associate Professor of Public Law and Government (1986 - 1995)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Attorney and Law Clerk (1984 - 1986)
Vedder, Price, Kaufman & Kammholz, Washington, DC
Federal Service (1976 - 1984)
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC
Publications
Journal Articles

An Analysis of Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Claims in the Virginia Workplace, 54 University of Richmond Law Review 283 (2019).

End of an Era: The 11th Amendment and Public Personnel Administration, Public Personnel Management 31 263 (International Personnel Management Association) (2002).

Employee Privacy and Workplace Searches, 67 Popular Government 33 (2002).

Human Resource Management Texts: Paradox, Practice, and Productivity, 24 Public Performance & Management Review 440 (2001).

An Overview of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, 24 Public Personnel Management 67 (1995).

Teaching at the Institute: the First Sixty Years, 57 Popular Government 1 (1992).

The Civil Rights Act of 1991, 57 Popular Government 17 (1992).

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Some Questions and Answers, 22 School Law Bulletin (1991).

Update on Employment at Will and the Local Government Employer, 55 Popular Government 47 (1990).

Employment at Will and the Local Government Employer, 54 Popular Government 13 (1989).

AIDS in the Workplace , 54 Popular Government 39 (1988).

Recruiting and Selecting New Employees, 53 Popular Government 14 (1988).

Sexual Harassment: New Grounds for Employer Liability, 53 Popular Government 14 (1987).

Connick v. Meyers: Narrowing the Free Speech Right of Public Employees, 33 Catholic University Law Review 429 (1984).

Med-Arb and the Resolution of the SSA-AFGE Bargaining Impasse, 39 Arbitration Journal 46 (1984).

The Bowen Decision: Mandate for Reexamintation of Apportionment of Damages in Fair Representation Cases, 1983 Labor Law Journal 408 (1983).

Books

A Legal Guide to Public Employee Free Speech in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government rev.) (2002).

Employment Law (UNC Institute of Government 3d) (1999).

A Legal Guide to Public Employee Free Speech in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government rev.) (1995).

Employment Law (UNC Institute of Government 2d) (1995).

1993 Supplement to Employment Law (UNC Institute of Government) (1993).

Employment Law (UNC Institute of Government 1st) (1992).

Local Government Employment Law in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) (1990).

A Legal Guide to Public Employee Free Speech in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) (1989).

Book Chapters

Personnel Law and Administration, in County Government in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) ( Bell et al., eds.) (1999).

Personnel Administration, in Municipal Government in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) ( Lawrence et al., eds.) (1996).

The Hospital as Employer, in Hospital Law in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) (1995).

Discrimination in Employment, in Education Law in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) (1994).

The Health Care Facility as Employer, in Health Care Facilities Law (Dellinger, ed., Little, Brown & Co. ) (1991).

Personnel, in County Government in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) (with Donald Hayman) (1989).

The School Employee's Right of Free Speech, in Education Law in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government) (1989).

Recruitment, Selection, and Personnel Policies, in Education Law in North Carolina UNC Institute of Government (1987).

The Role of MSPB Precedent in Arbitrating Grievances, in Grievance Arbitration in the Federal Service (FPMI, Inc.) (1987).

Additional Publications

The Hospital as Employer, Hospital Law in North Carolina (UNC Institute of Government rev. ed. ) (1993).

The Hospital as Employer, Hospital Law in North Carolina 1 (UNC Institute of Government) (1992).

Education
B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1974
Ed.D., University of Pennsylvania 2007
J.D., Catholic University of America 1985
M.P.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1976
Contact Information
Room 256, Law School
(804) 287 6887
(804) 289 8992 (Fax)
Areas of Expertise
Employment Law