A father who’d agreed to shoulder half the cost of his daughter’s legal education—before she got into Cornell Law School, which costs $225,000 to attend—found no relief from a New Jersey court late last month.

A two-judge appellate panel of the New Jersey Superior Court ruled that James Livingston’s divorce settlement obliges him to pay approximately $112,500 to help his daughter attend Cornell.

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