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Student code of conduct not a binding contract (access required)

Where a student was unhappy about how Liberty University handled an investigation into altercations between him and his then-girlfriend, his breach of contract claim failed because neither the school’s Title IX policy nor its student code of conduct was a binding contact. Background Daniel Conrad Clark, a Liberty University student, is suing the university for breach of ...