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August 7, 2014 7:03 AM

Winthrop, former president headed to dispute resolution session

Winthrop University and the school’s former president will head to a dispute resolution session soon in light of the Board of Trustees’ firing of Jamie Comstock Williamson, claiming she violated the South Carolina nepotism law, lied to trustees and mistreated campus employees during her first year in office.

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