The legal academy is having its own #MeToo reckoning. The past year or so has seen a spate of law professors and administrators come under the microscope for their questionable conduct with students and staff.

No doubt, law campuses have always had their share of creeps and line-crossers. Remember former Case Western law dean Lawrence Mitchell, who resigned in 2014 amid allegations that he had a sexual relationship with a student and sexually harassed others? Or Sujit Choudhry, who was ousted from his perch running the University of California, Berkeley School of Law after his assistant sued claiming sexual harassment?

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