According to the allegations in a lawsuit filed in the District Court of Arizona, the Phoenix School of Law fired two tenured law professors - Michael O'Connor and Celia Rumann - last month for opposing the school's new approach to reducing student transfer attrition. The complaint is here. The ABA Journal article is here and the Courthouse News Service article is here.
I would have expected the folks at Phoenix to have worked mightily to avoid this complaint, and the attendant press.
I mean really: reducing attrition by refusing to write recommendation letters for those students seeking to transfer??