Hey, I don't know much (I'm a OL, starting in the fall). However, I actually do know someone who sued her law school (she had entered with the knowledge that they offered some specific course, I don't know what it was, and then the school got rid of the course (or maybe it was a general area of courses)). She sued because she stated that a big part of the reason she attended that school was because of specific course offerings. She did ultimately win, but it was a 6 year legal battle, I don't think she was awarded anything. Basically the school just eventually offered the course. However, she didn't sue until her second year, so she was I about 4 or 5 years out of law school when the case concluded. I'm sure it's very helpful to her now that the school offers some obscure course, haha. Anyway, that's my only knowledge of suing a law school. I also live in a small town, and she stayed in town, so she did certainly make some enemies within the local legal community. She should have just transfered if you ask me.