More than 20 lawyers have filed objections to a $49 million class action settlement with the owner of BAR/BRI, the nation’s largest provider of bar review courses.

The antitrust action, filed in 2005, alleged that West Publishing Corp., which owns BAR/BRI, and Kaplan Inc., which sells preparation courses for the Law School Aptitude Test, conspired to monopolize both markets. Under the settlement, about $36 million of the settlement would be distributed to a potential class of 300,000 current and former law students. The settlement would award each class member about $125.

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