Students Who Failed Out of Law School Sue School for Arbitrary Grading Practices

The Houston Chronicle reports, via ATL:

Karla Ford and Jonathan Chan expected to be spending this year studying legal briefs and litigation as second-year law students at Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Instead, last spring, both students were dismissed after getting a D grade in their Contracts II course.

Now, the two are suing the school and their former professor, saying their final grade was “arbitrary and capricious.”