A South Carolina regulatory body disapproves of a plan by an out-of-state for-profit entity to take over the Charleston School of Law, according to the Post and Courier newspaper.
The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education’s Committee on Academic Affairs and Licensing voted against recommending a license that would allow Florida-based InfiLaw to operate the law school, which is a decade-old private law school. InfiLaw, which has law schools in three other states, is facing lawsuits against it in two of them. Many alumni and faculty members in Charleston object to the deal.
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