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Student dissatisfaction a legal risk

International students may start suing Australian universities if they fail their classes, a lawyer has warned.

Jack Power, a partner at Walsh Halligan Douglas in Brisbane, said there were no precedents yet but the issue was a “sleeping giant”.

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