Class Action Lawsuit Against the University of California For Improper Fee Increases

This website provides information to members of the plaintiff classes in two related lawsuits challenging fee increases at the University of California: Kashmiri v. Regents of the University of California and Luquetta v. Regents of the University of California.

The Kashmiri lawsuit challenged increases imposed in Spring and Summer 2003, as well as increases in the Professional Degree Fee imposed on professional degree students beginning in Spring 2003 and thereafter. Class members in this lawsuit include students who paid these fee increases and were first enrolled in or before December 2002. For information about the Kashmiri case, click here.

The Luquetta lawsuit challenged increases in the Professional Degree Fee imposed on professional degree students who entered their programs the year following the Kashmiri class. Class members in this lawsuit include students who accepted the University’s offer of admission prior to August 25, 2003, and first enrolled in their professional degree program in Summer 2003 or thereafter. For information about the Luquetta case, click here.

Last updated 4/9/2010.