Black Law Professor Files Motion to Disqualify Campbell University’s Law Firm

Black Law Professor Amos N. Jones is suing his former employer – Campbell University attorneys – in federal court in Raleigh, Your Black World reported.

In the lawsuit, Amos N. Jones v. Campbell University, Jones claims Campbell’s law school sabotaged his academic career through discrimination, intimidation, and retaliation during his senior semesters and later refused to renew his apprenticeship contract despite a promotion to associate professor in Fall 2015.

The federal case filed in December 2017 was all but settled in September for $ 250,000.

On June 12, Jones filed a “disqualification motion” from the law firm Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, PC, the lead defendant Campbell University in defense of discrimination

“Since September 2020, Ogletree has, in his actions and letters to the plaintiff’s attorney – which annoyingly multiply in this memorandum on the revelations of the 22nd – the process that three weeks after the plaintiff had already decided in time for voluntary discharge to the Fed. R.Civ. P. 41 (a) (2) on September 30, 2020. “

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