JUDGE RULES Notre Dame’s TIX Process was Unfair to John Doe

Senior “John Doe” won a preliminary injunction against the school Monday, ensuring that he will be able to complete his final exams this semester. When asked at the preliminary injunction hearing why an attorney is not allowed to participate in the hearing, a university official said it’s because the proceedings are “educational.” According to a federal judge that just ruled against the university, being thrown out of school, not being permitted to graduate and forfeiting a semester’s worth of tuition is “punishment“ in any reasonable sense of that term. Most importantly, the judge wrote: “The public has an interest in fundamentally fair and sound educational discipline that is not imposed arbitrarily or capriciously.”

thecollegefix.com By Greg Piper

John Doe v Notre Dame Complaint

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