At least these three plaintiffs have a working understanding of the legal system.
From the Chicago Tribune:
Three graduates of John Marshall Law School in Chicago sued the university Wednesday over claims that it inflated its post-graduate employment information to attract students.I'm very interested to view the lawsuit--did these three pass the bar exam?
"By publishing false and misleading employment data, John Marshall creates an impression of bountiful employment opportunity that in reality does not exist, and convinces plaintiffs and the putative class members to take on substantial debt to finance their JMLS education," the lawsuit said.
Joseph Reyes, one of the plaintiffs, graduated in May and has still not found permanent legal employment, according to the suit. He has been making ends meet by taking temporary, contract assignments reviewing documents, the suit said.
If the suit fails, they can always enroll at Roosevelt University, which is a few blocks away from Marshall, so they can learn how to protest.
Chicago's Roosevelt University offers "Occupy Everywhere" course
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