First Circuit Judge David J. Barron’s Oct. 24 order came with a note that the motion for Gersen to appear was denied “because it would create a recusal.”
Recently released court documents suggests that the Mass. District Court believes that BC’s investigatory model in matters of sexual assault is fundamentally unfair.
The jury awarded the alumnus $102,426.50 in damages: $24,819.50 for tuition and fees for the semester he was suspended and $77,607 for one year of lost income.
Boston College has asked for two witnesses to be barred from testifying in a lawsuit brought against the University by an alumnus over 2012 disciplinary proceedings related to sexual assault allegations.