Bipolar ex-UNH lecturer seeks $250K payday claiming school discriminated because of her mental disorder
CONCORD — A former lecturer for the University of New Hampshire, Darby Leicht is suing the university for more than $250,000 claiming she suffered discrimination and was fired because of a disability she cites as bipolar disorder.
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