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Texas Law School Walks Back Student's Exam Ban

Law360 (December 12, 2018, 6:42 PM EST) -- The University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law on Wednesday agreed to let a first-year student back on campus to take his final exams despite a suspension over alleged threats he made, after the student filed suit in Texas state court.

The agreement was made during a hearing before Dallas County District Court Judge Dale Tillery, as student Brandon Masin sought a temporary restraining order that would have required UNT-Dallas to let him take his first semester exams. According to the agreement, Masin will take his final exams by reporting to the UNT-Dallas police office on the main campus....

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