An Emory University law professor suspended last year for twice using a racial slur should be fired, according to a letter citing the law school’s dean.

James Hughes Jr., who stepped down as interim dean of Emory’s School of Law last month, has asked the university Faculty Hearing Committee to strip Paul Zwier of his tenure and terminate him, according to two letters the American Association of University Professors sent to university administrators.

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