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DC Circuit revives race discrimination suit against college

WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court’s finding in favor of George Washington University on a former student’s race discrimination claims because it applied the one-year statute of limitations under D.C.’s Human Rights Act instead of the three-year residual limitations period for personal injury claims.

Read the ruling here.

Categories / Appeals, Briefs, Civil Rights, Education

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