Why A Law Graduate’s Effort To Sue Her School Failed

 

Several days ago I read with interest a story about a law school graduate who had sued her former school, the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. The case made it all the way to trial, but the plaintiff, Anna Alaburda, was unsuccessful. The case is interesting for a number of reasons.

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2 thoughts on “Why A Law Graduate’s Effort To Sue Her School Failed

  1. The trouble is, people often choose higher education courses when they are 17-18 years old. Most kids that age don’t understand market forces. They tend to magically think that everything will work out fine for them because they’re so special. I certainly did. I’m not sure how to fix this problem.

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