| I am trying to get in touch with former students of St. John’s college, their parents, as well as former tutors, who believe that they have been wrongfully expelled, dismissed, “asked not to return,” “disenabled,” “banned from campus,” or otherwise mistreated by the college, with a view to negotiating legal representation with an interested law firm that will consider filing a lawsuit, for each individual case or collectively, against the college. You will be contacted by the attorneys directly. All I need is a name, contact information (preferably an e-mail), and a statement to the effect that “I think I might have a case against St. John’s and am willing to be contacted by attorneys to discuss possible representation.” There will be no communications from me, unless you wish otherwise, and initiate them. Your e-mail will be given to no-one else but the interested law firm, who will then contact you and arrange for a telephone conversation. The more prospective clients, the better the chances to lower or waive individual and overall costs and expenses. My son enrolled in 2006 and was expelled, despite better than passing grades and exemplary conduct, in 2008. Thank you.