The Student Bar Association at the University of Illinois College of Law is demanding the immediate resignation of a professor who a university investigation found had acted inappropriately with students prior to 2015, but who was not deemed in violation of the campus sexual misconduct rules.

The student group on Oct. 19 sent a letter calling for Jay Kesan to resign, stating that its leaders and other members of the law school community are “shocked, angered, and disappointed not only by Professor Kesan’s horrible behavior but also by the muted response of the iniversity administration.”

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