Image:  In a case that began with an exam question, the University of Illinois at Chicago canceled a law professor’s classes last spring and found that he’d violated the campus nondiscrimination policy. The professor, who apologized for the exam question but denied other allegations against him, would have been back in the classroom this fall, were it not for a long-planned sabbatical. Now that he’s back on the teaching schedule for this spring, some students say he shouldn’t be...


Become a member to take advantage of more features, like commenting and voting.

Jobs to Watch