A racial discrimination and retaliation case brought against Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School by two former professors has survived a motion for summary judgment.

U.S. District Judge William Duffy Jr. on Monday ruled that the claims of breach of contract, bad faith, racial discrimination and retaliation could proceed. However, he wrote that his denial of summary judgment to John Marshall was “difficult and close.”

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