Mark, an untenured Assistant Professor of Business Law at a public university, is fired from his job for supposedly misbehaving with students in class. Since the firing took place without any kind of hearing, Mark wants to challenge it on procedural due process grounds. Will Mark’s claim succeed? Assume that the university did not publicize the reasons for Mark’s discharge, and will not tell anyone why he was discharged.
In the case as there was no solid evidence against Mark related to misbehaving with students in class and no opportunity was provided to Mark to present his case or part in front of the university , thus Mark has the full right to challenge this decision in the court as it is a clear case of unfair judgement or judgement without providing equal oppoutunity to prove innocence.