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Lee Stuesser resigns as dean at Thunder Bay law school

Lakehead University has confirmed that its law school's first dean is no longer with the school.
Lee Stuesser has resigned as dean of the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay. (Bora Laskin Faculty of Law)

Lakehead University says Lee Stuesser, the dean of the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law in Thunder Bay, Ont., has resigned.

In a statement provided to CBC News, Dr. Moira McPherson, the university's provost and vice-president (academic) said a search process for a new dean has begun.

Stuesser was the law school's first dean.

McPherson stated that the university wishes him well in his future endeavours and thanks him for his dedication.

Until a new dean is found, McPherson said, Lisa Philipps — a professor at Osgoode Hall Law School — will serve as interim dean.

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