Confused outcome for conservative who accused Iowa Law of discrimination

, The National Law Journal

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The question of whether the University of Iowa College of Law discriminated against a job candidate because of her conservative views remains unanswered after the trial ended in confusion.

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  • Lulaine

    An interesting outcome to this case. This will not be the last of this case because depending on the verdict, it can open the door for similar lawsuits or severely limit the kinds of lawsuits that may come to the court.

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