Attorneys for HBCUs seek more than $20M in fees in federal lawsuit

The plaintiffs in a lawsuit over segregation’s lingering impact on Maryland’s state universities are seeking more than $20 million in attorneys’ fees at the close of more than a decade of litigation. The Coalition for Excellence and Equity in Maryland Higher Education, which filed suit in 2006 on behalf of Maryland’s four historically black colleges and ...

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