Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law this week found itself on a list no law school wants to be on.

Differing in size, location and prominence, these schools weathered the unwanted public attention that comes after a professor or administrator gets tied up in a sex scandal. In SMU’s case, John Attanasio, a professor and the school’s former dean, was arrested on a prostitution-related charge in Frisco, Texas, a Dallas suburb. He was released on Feb. 1 on a $500 bond.

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