In an e-mail to the Washington legal community in the summer of 2008 to announce that he and wife Kyndra Rotunda had found new jobs in California, professor Ronald Rotunda wrote an eye-catching final line: “We are…pleased to be leaving George Mason University.”

Behind that less-than-fond farewell lie accusations of sexual harassment and discrimination and, ultimately, dismay that drove a noted constitutional scholar and his wife to quit their jobs at George Mason University School of Law.

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