UMich has spent nearly $650,000 on lawyers in Title IX due process case – before trial

Withholding student’s degree and transcript without finding him guilty When a federal judge explained last month why he ordered the University of Michigan’s president to appear for settlement discussions in a Title IX lawsuit by an accused student, he blasted the taxpayer-funded institution for wasting time and money by fighting his order. Its decision to change its disputed sexual…


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