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Professor plans to sue Catholic university over single-sex dorms
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A George Washington University law professor threatens to sue the Catholic University of America after the university began eliminating co-ed dorms in order to “reduce binge drinking and hooking up.” The professor’s lawsuit insists that this policy is a violation of D.C.’s Human Rights Act, which insures fair housing practices.

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Law Prof Threatens Suit over University’s Plan to Reinstitute Single-Sex Dorms

  
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