Cleveland Board of Education v. Loudermill, 470 U.S.532 (1985)

An employee has a property right of employment with their employer.  In order to lawfully remove this property, the Due Process Clause requires a procedure that clearly weighs the interest of the government in removing the property against the interest of the private property in retaining the property.


This procedure must incorporate the “essential requirement of due process,” which “are notice and an opportunity to respond” (pre-disciplinary hearing).



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