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A Harvard Law student is suing the university over tuition fees amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Abraham Barkhordar, 23, said he decided to sue because tuition and fees have remained the same despite classes being moved to a remote format, ABC News reported.
Barkhordar is bringing the lawsuit against the school in the hope it becomes a class action lawsuit, ABC reported.
Barkhordar said he was forced to move out of his on-campus housing in March during the height of the pandemic. He moved back in with his parents in California.
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He said living 3,000 miles away from school was a disadvantage and he began to fall behind in class.
The school has since said classes will remain virtual in the fall, while tuition will remain at $65,875 -- the same price as last year, ABC reported.
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