That contract isn't substantively unconscionable. Procedurally, I don't see it either. I say it isn't unconscionable.
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....thank God I am finally done with Con Law!!! Worst. Class. Ever.
I studied like crazy for my first exam, totally knew the material cold, and still managed to not apply it well. I'm pretty demoralized now as to how I'm going to do on my next exams where I don't know the material as well. The stress is insane and I'm not even some trying for top grades - I really just want to do well enough that I don't get put on probation.
same here. i studied my ass off for the first exam. you get one shot and someone who studied a lot less can end up getting a higher grade because they were less nervous or simply having a better day....and this is how four months of hard work is evaluated....it stinks.
On the other hand, you may be precluded from practicing law, but not gettting a J.D.. It's a useful degree, and you may never have to disclose any of this to a non-legal sector employer. Plus, if you have the degree you may be able to sit for the bar sometime way out in the future.
Best of luck to you.