Within days of Savannah Law School announcing its closing last Wednesday, students filed a putative class action for breach of contract and negligence, seeking relief including attorney fees and punitive damages.

“Earlier today, we filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of the students at Savannah Law School and are actively seeking justice on their behalf,” Stephen Lowry of Harris Lowry Manton said in a Friday evening news release. The plaintiffs firm has offices in Savannah and Atlanta.

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