Ex-law students sue Texas Southern after they flunk out

, The National Law Journal


Two former students at Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law, claiming that their Contracts II professor gave them unfairly low grades that resulted in their dismissal from the program, have filed suit against the professor, the university's Board of Regents, and the law school.

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  • Joe McDermott

    Maybe the cause of action should be for negligent admission of the stupid.

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