Paul L. CaronDean
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
By Paul Caron
The University of Iowa College of Law has prevailed in the first of three faculty hiring discrimination lawsuits: a jury last week found that the law school had not unlawfully discriminated against Donald Dobkin (age 55), a professor at Central Michigan University and a partner in a Troy Michigan immigration law boutique law firm, in declining to interview him for a tenure-track position teaching administrative law and immigration law.
The other two faculty hiring lawsuits are:
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