Jan 26, 2007
via WSJ law blog: Slow Typist Sues His Law School
Certain exams taken by [plaintiff] that required students to be skilled touch-typists in order to produce a competitive response resulted in borderline failing grades by virtue of the low volume of prose [plaintiff] could type in the time allotted as compared with other students.
Oh and he also sued a firm that fired him from a summer associateship for defamation and violation of due process rights. Can’t imagine why they did that.
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