A lawsuit over how in-state tuition is determined at state universities has wrapped up after 13 years of litigation, with dozens of former students winning a combined $1.6 million in refunds.
The former students — many of them law, medical and dental students — received refunds years ago, but the case was finally closed in Baltimore City Circuit Court last week, according to Anthony Conti, whose Baltimore-based firm Conti Fenn & Lawrence represented the students. Many of the students had graduated by the time they got the money, he said.
The refunds ranged from a low of $1,212 to a high of $71,445.
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