UC Berkeley dean’s accuser dismayed by new harassment revelations

A former UC Berkeley School of Law assistant whose lawsuit alleging sexual harassment by Dean Sujit Choudhry prompted his resignation last month criticized the university’s handling of harassment cases Wednesday after records revealed a slew of new cases that have led to discipline against employees.

Tyann Sorrell spoke out against the university at the Oakland law offices of Winer, McKenna & Burritt LLP after reviewing several of the 400-plus documents on UC Berkeley harassment cases made public Tuesday.

The documents, released by UC Berkeley under a Public Records Act request from The Chronicle, included 17 cases dating back to 2008 where harassment

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