Call it practical training or a ripple effect from the surge in law school tuition and fees. Whatever the reason, students' legal actions against their law schools are piling up. The disputes underlying the lawsuits involve everything from exam grades to readmission policies to administrators' conduct. One of the bigger lawsuits: a $120 million class action alleging fraud, racketeering and false representation to the ABA.
Don't Like Your Grade? Sue Your Law School
The National Law Journal
December 18, 2007