Higher Education Highlights - Summer 2017

Professor Deprived of Due Process Through

Salary Reduction -

Due process with respect to an employee’s property interest in employment is a vitally important consideration at public institutions, and, as a recent case from the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania illustrates, sometimes timing is everything. In McKinney v. University of Pittsburgh, Jerome McKinney, a tenured professor at the University of Pittsburgh, a state-related institution in Pennsylvania, proved the importance of the timing of certain employment actions when he prevailed in a due process claim against the university on June 5, 2017.

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