A Temple Law School student who was expelled just days before graduation for sexually harassing more than a dozen female students has lost his civil rights suit that accused the school and its deans of denying him due process.

U.S. District Judge Bruce W. Kauffman found that Temple gave Albert Segal “ample notice” of the charges against him and that Segal himself chose not to appear at his disciplinary hearing after being granted two continuances.

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