A California lawyer who sued the makers of the BAR/BRI law review course for alleged antitrust violations has filed a motion for class certification on behalf of 300,000 law students.

Eliot Disner, a partner at Los Angeles-based Van Etten Suzumoto & Becket — which merged this month with Virginia-based McGuireWoods — filed the year-old case on behalf of seven law school students who were allegedly overcharged about $1,000 each for the course.

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