• Were I Jonathan Chan, one of the students suing the school, I just might think about tucking in my shirt before the newspaper takes my photograph. When trying to be taken seriously, everything counts.
    And since it’s not the D that gets one kicked out of school, but rather a GPA below 2.0, these former students might want to think about how they failed to score anything more than a C in any other law school course, since a B or two would have been plenty to raise up the overall GPA despite the D in contracts.

  • Surely winning a lawsuit against your ex-professor would be counted for extra credit.


  • A funny answer to the lawsuit would take their exams apart point-by-point.

    “5. Plaintiff Chan failed to spot the very basic issue of consideration in the second hypothetical..”