Student Sues for Discrimination Against Slow Typists

You read that correctly. A University of Michigan Law School student is claiming that he is being discriminated against on law school exams because of his slow typing skills.

How on God's green earth do people like that expect to function in the real world? Does he think a judge is going to care that he missed an appeal deadline because he couldn't type quickly enough? Or that the SEC will overlook that late 8-K filing? Or that a client will forgive him for tanking the acquisition just because he couldn't crank out the letter of intent?

His summer law firm apparently already fired him -- hmmmm, wonder why. Naturally he is suing the firm as well.

See here for more of my thoughts on this entitlement complex.