Jul 052018
 July 5, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Non-U.S.

Leah Hendry reports:

A McGill University professor has filed a $600,000 lawsuit against a student and a fellow professor for what he calls a “ruthless campaign” that destroyed his reputation and his right to privacy.

In a court filing obtained by CBC News, Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim, an assistant professor in the Institute for Islamic Studies, says the allegations have made him a “pariah” in his academic field, ruining his job prospects at McGill and other universities in North America.

Ibrahim, who specializes in Islamic law, says he engaged in a consensual relationship with a McGill student between the spring of 2014 and April 2015.

Read more on CBC.

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