Yale students fight law school’s attempt to launch retaliatory lawsuit

By Clarice Silber (March 18, 2022, 4:44 p.m. EDT) – Two law students who sued Yale University after alleging that law school administrators retaliated against them for refusing to help his investigation into one of its most publicly visible teachers have pushed back against the school’s bid in Connecticut federal court to have the lawsuit thrown out.

In a Thursday opposition to Yale’s motion to dismiss the case, law students Sierra Stubbs and Gavin Jackson argued that the university, along with school officials, unlawfully targeted them “to further their ongoing political feud on campus with a Yale Law School professor”.

“The defendants’ motion to dismiss the Second Amended Complaint must be dismissed…

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