An admissions scandal at Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law has led to the dismissal of the university’s president, a move that he has vowed to fight.

The University’s board of regents this week dismissed president Austin Lane, in part because he failed to properly disclose that at least one unqualified law student had paid $14,000 to a now-former assistant dean of admissions to secure a spot in the class.

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