LAW PROFESSORS AS PLAINTIFFS: “Several other things stand out about these cases. First, although a …

LAW PROFESSORS AS PLAINTIFFS: “Several other things stand out about these cases. First, although a few early decisions do exist, these types of actions did not really take off until fairly recently. Second, the defendants in these cases are not always employers—sometimes, they are outside parties. Third, law professors generally do a poor job assessing their chances, for they lose much more often than they win. And fourth, many law professors are guilty of a shocking level of thin-skinnedness.”

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