Last week, news broke that the dean of UC Berkeley’s law school has been accused of sexual harassment. Apparently, Dean Sujit Choudhry had sexually harassed his administrative assistant on the job for a nearly six-month period from September 2014 to March 2015. While Choudhry, who is still a member of Berkeley’s law faculty, denies the allegations, he has resigned as dean. In fact, he has also been given a 10% reduction in salary for one year, ordered to write an apology to the assistant he allegedly harassed and forced to complete a sexual harassment training course – notably, this is a mandatory training course that he had previously failed to complete. In addition, the university announced that Chouhdry’s behavior at work would continue to be carefully monitored to ensure no future incidents.