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NCAA Fires VP Julie Roe Lach Amid Release Of External Report
Published February 18, 2013
The NCAA announced its enforcement staff "acted contrary to internal protocols, legal counsel and the membership's understanding about the limits of its investigative powers." Though "no bylaw or law was broken, members of its enforcement staff circumvented the advice of the NCAA's legal staff," according to today's report from Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. The NCAA said that its "case against Miami will proceed, though information obtained improperly will not be used" (USATODAY.com, 2/18).