hoopsguy6 wrote:Poor and unemployed graduates suing an institution that employs hundreds of the top legal minds in the country? Can't imagine that working out too well.
These people are theoreticians that mentally masturbate about the deep connections between 17th century protestantism and the construction of the constitution. Most of them have never been inside a courtroom. They seem like these legal eagles on the surface, but your average law professor is not a competent litigator. When my school had a suit over its affirmative action policy, a big law firm, not the law school faculty, provided the defense lawyers.