The law professor who kicked off the student movement against mandatory arbitration is now the subject of a university misconduct investigation.

Ian Samuel, who is in his first semester teaching at Indiana University Maurer School of Law and who is a co-host of the Supreme Court podcast First Mondays, has been placed on administrative leave while the university conducts a Title IX investigation, according to a Friday email to students from law dean Austen Parrish.

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