Hello all. I won't make this too long, but I could really use some input. Without going into too much details (because then it would be very long), and because I want to be discreet about the matter, here is the situation in a nutshell: my school is forcing me to retake a class which I passed (the professor and I had a disagreement over the grade). My evidence proves that I did pass the class, and in addition the school has a lot of shady practices (which I can prove), and more importantly the university colluded and hindered every due process I was allowed per their own rules to get this rectified. At this point, I know one thing for certain, that is that I will sue them, and that I have enough evidence to absolutely prove my case. However, I decided that bringing lawyers into this now could be chaotic and time consuming.....so I'll retake the class, finish my rotations, and then pursue it legally once I have my degree. I won't actually be too far behind my class, just a few months, and I'll just have to retake the class which I can handle. Is this the smart move or should I pursue legal action now. My worry in pursuing legal action now is that if it takes up too much time (I'm assuming legal stuff can take a lot of time), then I risk delaying graduation and then what's the point. This way I play along, get my degree, and then deal with this. Any thoughts?