Many among the Duquesne Law School community and the larger legal community were scratching their heads Thursday over the reasons for the abrupt removal of the school's dean, although others pointed to tension between the dean and the university administration. A university spokeswoman said Donald J. Guter was repeatedly warned about unmet performance expectations, though she said she couldn't specify what those expectations were. Guter will take a faculty position with the school.
Ouster of Duquesne Law Dean Proves Divisive
The Legal Intelligencer
December 12, 2008