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LU professor's job secure regardless of outcome of Kansas ethics case

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Posted: Friday, November 16, 2012 1:45 am | Updated: 10:18 am, Tue Oct 20, 2015.

A Liberty University professor’s position at the School of Law is secure regardless of the outcome of an ethics case against him argued before the Kansas Supreme Court Thursday, university officials said.

Phill Kline, an assistant professor at the law school and former Kansas Attorney General, told the Kansas Supreme Court on Thursday he never lied or intentionally misled authorities as he conducted an extensive investigation of abortion providers during his term in office.

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