After more than nine years as Indiana University’s general counsel and vice president, Jacqueline Simmons vacated the post earlier this month. Her exit occurred amid a controversy involving a tenured law professor who raised questions about the “tortuous and flawed” search for the school’s new president. 

The law professor, Steve Sanders, described Simmons’ departure as having “happened behind the scenes” and “almost overnight.” 

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