Jun Yu v. Idaho State University Federal Lawsuit – Public Documents

Jun Yu has filed a lawsuit against Idaho State University in US Federal Court that could impact all US graduate students and the psychology profession as a whole. A trial date of November 13, 2018 has been set. A new trial date of February 26, 2019 has been set.

Jun’s experts have concluded (see reports and declarations from experts here, here and here) that Idaho State University violated standards in professional psychology (e.g., American Psychological Association (APA) Ethics and APA Accreditation standards) and academic norms.

Additionally, when compared to other similarly situated students, Jun was unfavorably treated by Idaho State University in six (6) identified areas, proving that ISU unlawfully discriminated against him.

You can learn more about this important case by reviewing the documents below filed on the public record. (For an overview of the facts in this case, please visit the Jun Yu versus Idaho State University Fact Sheet.)