‘More Student Suits Suing Universities for Breach and Unjust Enrichment’

“Last week, both Sid DeLong and I posted on the Burt case, consolidating cases against universities in Rhode Island. Those suits did not succeed, at least to the extent that they sought refunds of tuition. Claims relating to fees survived the universities’ motion to dismiss. In the comments on my post, a reader helpfully pointed us to this site, which references two similar claims brought against Boston University and Stonehill College. Those two cases survived motions to dismiss …” (more)

[Jeremy Telman, ContractsProf Blog, 22 March]

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