The University of Pittsburgh School of Law is the latest to be hit with an age discrimination lawsuit, joining the University of Baltimore School of Law, University of Iowa College of Law and Michigan State University College of Law.

Longtime Pittsburgh tax law professor William Brown, 73, filed suit on Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, claiming that the law school passed him over for a tenured position in favor of someone 40 years younger.

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