A University of Illinois law professor who was found in 2017 to have acted inappropriately with female students for years won’t be returning to the classroom this semester as expected.

Embattled law professor Jay Kesan, who just concluded a year-long unpaid leave of absence, will not teach cybersecurity law and policy and intellectual property transactions during the spring semester as scheduled, according to Illinois law Dean Vikram Amar, who informed students by email in late December.

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