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Millikan v. Thomas Jefferson School of Law, et al.

Millikan v. Thomas Jefferson School of Law, et al.

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Law student sues school for making him retake a class he failed
Law student sues school for making him retake a class he failed

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JACKSON MILLIKANPro SeRepresentation3532Meade Ave.#39 SanDiego,CA92116 360.888.2335Millikan-v-TJSL@outlook.com
SUPERIORCOURT
FOR
THE
STATE
OF
CALIFORNIA
IN
THE
COUNTY
OF
SANDIEGO
Jackson E. Millikan, )
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Plaintiff,
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ThomasJeffersonSchool
of
Law,
Ka
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Henley,~
JustinCruz,Priscilla Varga
s-
Wrosch, and )DOES 1-10, )
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CASE NO.:
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REFEREE:
__________
_Plaintiff's Complaint for Damages
and
or
Restitution Possibly toExceed
$25,000,
Injunction and Declaratory Relief
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1. Violation
of
common law
Fair
ProcedureDoctrine: Defendants
TJSL,
Henley, DOEs
1-10.
2.Negligencein administering BusinessAssociationsexam: DefendantsT
JSL
Henley, DOEs
1-10.
3.Intentional or,alternatively,negligent misrepresentation inbreach
of
contract and in tort:DefendantsTJSL, Vargas,DOEs 1-
10.
4.
Material breach
of
contract term:anonymous grading: Defendants
TJSL,
Henley,DOEs
1-10.
5. Preliminary injunction: DefendantsTJSL, Henley, DOEs 1-10.6.Californiaeducationcode §94367as acause
of
action:DefendantsTJSL,Henley, DOEs
1-10.
7.
Bait
and
switch misrepresentation
of
housing subsidy award:Defendants
TJSL,Cruz,
DOEs
1-10.
8. Violation
of
Business andProfessionsCode
§17500
et seq.
Plaintiff'sComplaint forDamages,
Inj
unction,and Declaratory Relief
 
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1.
ProSe PlaintiffJacksonMillikan herebyfilesthefollowing complaint against defendant THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL
OF
LAW et al.
PARTIES,JURISDICTION,
AND
VENUE
2.
PlaintiffJacksonMillikanisa UnitedStatescitizen and a citizen
of
WashingtonStatelivingin SanDiego,California.Plaintiffis in
hi
sthirdyear
of
studies at ThomasJefferson School
of
Law.3.Defendant THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW(hereinafterTJSL) is privateCalifornianon-profitcorporationoperatingalawschool at1155 Island Dr.San Diego,
CA
9210I.The forgoingaddress
is
TJSL's
principal place
of
business.4.Diego,CA.
5.
DefendantPriscilla Vargas-Wrosch
is
a professor
at
TJSLand resident
of
Sa
DefendantsKayHenley andDOEs1-10are
ad
ministrators
or staff
at TJSbelievedto reside
in
San
Di
ego,CA.6.DefendantJustinCruzisan administrator
at TJSL
believed to reside m Sa
18
Diego,CA.
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7.
Plaintiff alleges no federal causes
of
action.
ALLEGATIONS
OF
FACT
8.
Mr.Millikanmatriculatedat TJSLover three other admissionsoffersbecause
of
particularprofessor and the belief thatthenew school building was asign
of
risingstatus.Bu
yer's
remorse began even before the first classwhenMr. Millikan gotnoresponse to
hi
query about how recently-begun litigation againstTJSLwould affect hisexperienceand th
2Plaintiff'sComplaintfor Damages,Injunction, and
Dec
laratory Relief
 
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status
of
he school.
Mr
.Millikan would later realize silence is the standard response by TJSL tanyquestion
of
its integrity.
9.
Mr
.Millikan was given twoaward letters.The firstincludeda substantia housingsubsidy which was absent from the seconddespite administrators'assurances that Mr. Millikan would not be restricted to using those funds
in
theTJSLcondominium complex knowas Entrada. Mr.Millikan could not afford tolive
in
Entrada even with the subsidy and, as aunsophisticatedparty, felt it too lateinthe gameto resist Defendant'sbait and switch tactics.
Mr
.Millikan's suspicions about the character
of
TJSL were further heightened
in
the orientatioweek.Theadministration washard-sellingaparticular brand
of
laptopcomputer to the studentat a purported discount. Mr.Millkan's former career required that he own high qualitylaptop capable
of
drafting blueprints.He was keenlyawarethat TJSL was peddling an inferior produc to hisown at a higher price and calling it adiscount.
10.
It
was also during orientation week that Mr. Millikan first heard
of
the policwhereby TJSL defers to the professors as to whether the Socratic Method
is
used. Thouginitiallydisappointed, Mr. Millikanfatefullyrationalized that thismust
be
a cutting edge policconsistent with the cutting edge architecture
of
the TJSL building in which he then sat.
11.
Asidefromthe administrativebunglingand aura
of
vagueimpropriety,Mr Millikan soon cameto relishtheacademicexperience.He devouredthe reading and enjoyed th classes,thoughdisgustedby the almost universal lack
of
preparedness
of
other students andmosprofessors' willingness to coddle them
as
they stammered throughthe canned briefs that
Ia
blatantly
in
front
of
them instead,or on top,
of
the casebook. Mr. Millikan was shockedthenex
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aratoryR
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