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Two of what Case Western Reserve University describes as its scholars will lead the university's law school while Dean Lawrence E. Mitchell is away on temporary leave after he was sued by a professor at the school for alleged retaliation, the university announced.
Jessica Berg, professor of law, bioethics and public health, and Michael Scharf, associate dean for global legal studies and "Anadrol 50" director of the school's Frederick K. Cox Center for International Law, will share responsibility for the school's admissions, philanthropy and implementation of its new curriculum .
Mr. Mitchell, who has led the law school since 2011, announced Nov. 6 he would take a temporary leave of absence to the university to conduct its independent review regarding the allegations of the lawsuit filed Oct. 23.
Professor Raymond Ku sued both Buy Cheap Jintropin Online Mr. Mitchell and the university, alleging they retaliated against him for reporting to the university alleged sexual harassment of women by the dean.
The university has retained outside counsel, according to a news release announcing the appointment of the acting deans, and the outside counsel has commissioned an independent review of the claims.
The acting deans have no set terms for their service, the release said.
Acting deans plan to engage faculty, alumni, students
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Ms. Berg joined Case Western Reserve in 1999, and during her time in Cleveland, has been part of teams that secured nearly $6 million to explore ethical dimensions of genetics research. She co led the committee that developed the curriculum that faculty approved this summer.
Mr. Scharf joined Case Western Reserve in 2002, and from 2004 to 2006 helped train judges for the Iraqi War Tribunal where Saddam Hussein faced prosecution. In 2005, six governments nominated the group for the Nobel Prize for its work to prosecute war criminals.
In a joint statement, the acting deans said, is a challenging time for legal education nationwide but our law school possesses significant strengths in the precise areas where legal employment is growing. We are honored by this opportunity to tell the school's story and demonstrate how our curricular innovations give graduates the skills and knowledge they need to excel in the workplace.