A win for due process at Brown University

[Judge]Smith upheld the student’s allegation that he was discriminated against because of his male gender, which led Brown to reach an erroneous outcome in suspending him for two-and-a-half years.  The accused student’s lawsuit also argued a breach of contract with Brown over the school’s treatment of him once he was accused..Surviving a motion to dismiss doesn’t seem like the biggest legal win, but it is when it comes to students accused of sexual assault and federal court judges.

washingtonexaminer.com   By Ashe Schow

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