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The planitiffs in the case against the University of Michigan due to its admissions policies are now demanding that the University pay their legal fees, according to The Michigan Daily.
The Daily reports:
In a plaintiff’s motion, lawyers for Jennifer Gratz and Patrick Hamacher — who sued the University after being rejected from the College of Literature, Science and Arts — are asking for $2.1 million, which would cover the $1.74 million in legal fees and $334,000 in other costs they say have amassed since the lawsuit was filed in October 1997.
But, “University lawyers and officials said the requests are unreasonably high.”
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