Community College Not Immune From Suit, Circuit Rules

Westchester Community College and some of its administrators are not arms of the state shielded by sovereign immunity under the Constitution, the Second Circuit has ruled, allowing a lawsuit brought by a former adjunct professor, who lost her job for allegedly making offensive remarks in class, to continue.

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