This article discusses the concept of shared governance in the context of a law school that is part of a university. It argues that the governance of a law school is a shared process between the dean/administration and the faculty. It explains why law schools can't be run the way that businesses are run, and it tries to explain governance in terms of jurisdiction.
35 U. Tol. L. Rev. 169 (2003).
Rapoport, Nancy B., ""Venn" and the Art of Shared Governance" (2003). Scholarly Works. Paper 115.