Wesleyan Law alumni file complaint with bar association against A&M

/ Courtesy Warren Norred

After sending a petition with more than 500 signatures to College Station last week, on Friday Wesleyan Law alumni file a complaint with the American Bar Association against A&M. The alumni want diplomas that retroactively make them Aggie lawyers.

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