Pitt Law Lecturer Resigns After Using Racial Slur

October 19, 2020

An adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law has resigned after using the N-word in class, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has reported. The Pitt administration did not identify the professor but said that the word was used during a class discussion of a case involving offensive language.

A Pitt spokesperson told the Post-Gazette that the university does not discuss personnel matters.

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