Marquette Suspends Law Professor

January 2, 2019

Marquette University has suspended a law professor over an alleged relationship with a student, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Paul Secunda, the professor, is an expert on employment law issues. Marquette declined to discuss details of the case. Secunda issued a statement that said in part, "I cannot stand by idly in the face of what I believe to be an injustice. I have confidence in the process Marquette and the faculty have established to protect tenured professors in these circumstances, and believe I will clear my name at the end."

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