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Berkeley Law, Ex-Dean Settle Suits Over Alleged Sexual Harassment

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Sujit Choudhry, the former law dean, will pay $50,000 to his accuser's attorneys and another $50,000 to charity. He will also be allowed to remain a tenured professor "in good standing" until spring 2018.

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  • Rod Hall

    Another attorney ripoff. 50% of the payment to the attorneys? Please! Nothing into the pocket of the accuser.

  • O.W. Homes

    Quote -- It was important that the world understand that he is a Third World pervert well outside his cultural comfort zone who never would have been hired to lead a once prestigious law school were it not for the academic left’s obsession with diversity and inclusion – end quote, said Choudhry‘s plainly prevaricating lawyer, William Taylor of Zuckerman Spaeder. And that California and U.S. taxpayers will pay this balding little weirdo’s salary for another year, effectively paying for his obligations under the lawsuit’s settlement terms, just adds insult to injury, Taylor observed

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