I have a tenured professor at my school who is unlike any teaching professional I’ve ever met. His illustrious history includes being fired from an Ivy League school (and they suing them), being denied a fellowship at another school (and then suing them!) and being fired from a very prominant museum. He is well known for his love for nuisance litigation (he’s never won a court case). He is also currently suing my school (because they released a statement to the press a few years ago that refered to his work as hateful and racist).
I would like to bring attention to this individual and what he has done/is doing. I would like to do this in a straightforward honest manner, but I am concerned that even if I simply publish documented facts, he could still sue me and make my life complicated.
IAANOYAATDLAOTSDB ( I am aware none of you are able to dispense legal advice on the straight dope board) but perhaps you can tell me what if anything I could do to minimize the chance that I get sued for simply archiving published memos, public statements etc that would bring attention to a racist hateful teacher (who still gave me an A in his course I might add).