In Wake of Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against Ex-Law Professor, GMU Bans Intimate Relationships With Students
A month after Joshua D. Wright, a former professor at George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School, was accused of sexual misconduct, the university announced policy changes to prohibit any "intimate, sexual, or other type of romantic or amorous encounter or association" between students and faculty, employees or volunteers at the school.
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