Two law professors at William Mitchell School of Law are suing in the aftermath of the announced merger between Mitchell and Hamline Law. The faculty members, Carl Moy and John Radsan, filed a complaint in state court Friday arguing that the school was changing its tenure guidelines to add merger as a basis for ending tenure. This, they argue, is a breach of contract.
The schools are awaiting ABA approval of the merger.
The full text of the complaint, plus revised tenure policy, are here.
H/T Paul Caron.