Do not touch this topic with a 10-foot pole. Take the B and move on. If for no other reason than this. Anyone with even a basic understanding of statistics knows that you weren't in a class full of straight-A students. You didn't get screwed by an abnormally high curve. Your instructor just failed at grading properly, and after that failure was corrected it turns out you were an average student in relation to the class, and so you got an average grade. Complaining about that won't only make you look foolish and petty - it will also reveal that you don't understand statistics and the reality of what a grade means.
If you have good grades overall, this B won't hurt you. If you're a B-average student generally, you're in trouble if you're hoping to get into law school.
I received a B in a Business Law class in my third year as a result of an abnormally high curve for the class. I believe the average was 86-87%, which normally translates to about an A-. Is it worth explaining in my application?
I am an American whose Canadian fiance received an excellent physician offer to Ottawa Hospital. I am applying to both Canadian and U.S. schools and learned about the joint American-Canadian JD...However, I am concerned for the same reasons that you illustrated. I would like to hear about your experience thus far. Thank you.