Last week, John Broderick - the former dean of the University of New Hampshire School of Law and the current Director of the Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Policy - announced that he would be stepping down as the head of the Rudman Center at the end of May. He cited a lack of support from the University.
According to a news report, on Friday an irritated UNH administration told him to turn in his security badge and vacate his office immediately. Broderick's name no longer appears on the faculty page or pretty much anywhere else. His title, after leaving the deanship, did not include being a professor - so I assume he didn't have tenure.