No surprise, she’s appealing the decision again. I think it’s time for to give it a rest:
Currier, who has a four-month-old daughter, must pass the exam before she can graduate and begin a residency program at Massachusetts General Hospital later this fall.
In a three-page opinion, Norfolk Superior Court Judge Patrick Brady said Currier could still find a way to expel her milk during the test or on regularly scheduled breaks.
“The plaintiff may take the test and pass, notwithstanding what she considers to be unfavorable conditions,” Brady wrote. “The plaintiff may delay the test, which is offered numerous times during the year, until she has finished her breast-feeding and the need to express milk.”