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Columbia Angles To Show Bias Accuser Lacked Tenure Chops

Law360 (July 11, 2018, 10:11 PM EDT) -- An ex-Columbia Business School professor accusing the school of pushing her out after she hired an attorney to press sex harassment accusations against a colleague admitted to a New York federal jury Wednesday that she had barely bolstered a sparse research resume since being denied tenure in 2016.

On Tuesday, behavioral finance professor Enrichetta Ravina testified that she had been on track to earn tenure before her mentor, Geert Bekaert, sabotaged promising research when she spurned his romantic advances. On Wednesday, she told the jury that...
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