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Faculty committe drops most charges against Widener prof, but the case is far from resolved

July 29, 2011

You might remember a story from earlier this year about Widener Law associate professor Lawrence Connell.

His attorney, Tom Neuberger,  has issued a press release saying a faculty committee cleared Connell of most of the accusations against him following a three-day trial in June. According to the Widener faculty handbook, Connell’s case will also be reviewed by several levels of Widener’s senior administration as well as another faculty committee before reaching a resolution...

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