Gabrielle Tassone makes the case against requiring out-of-state college students from serving on Massachusetts juries - they can be called by both Massachusetts and their home states. But she snowflakes it all up:
Students are not compensated for their "inconveniences" and, more importantly, they might be missing a day of classes. The learning potentially missed during that day is not easily made up.
That's pretty cool that she's never cut a class.