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Adams v. UNCW Heads to Trial

GGatty Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 6:49 PM
At a guess I'd say: 1) He wishes to teach at UNCW 2) He does not wish to become one of the many teachers that are bullied into silence instead of standing up for their rights. 3) If this is not an appropriate situation to pursue a person's legal right of free speech, what *is* the appropriate situation?

After six years of litigation, I am pleased to report that I have finally won the right to present my case against UNC-Wilmington to a jury of my peers here in North Carolina. My case began in September of 2006 when I was denied promotion to full professor. At the time, I had multiple teaching awards and outstanding reviews from students for my teaching. I had published more peer-reviewed articles than the vast majority of my colleagues. In fact, my department had never denied promotion to full professor to anyone with as many peer reviewed publications as I had accumulated. My...