Sunday, May 31, 2015
In view of reports that the law school is crumbling before our eyes, Charleston Law School has announced that it is admitting a new first year class. Yet, it continues to lay off faculty:
The school also laid off seven faculty Friday, one of a number of cost-cutting moves that is allowing the school to continue to enroll students, a news release said.
The seven faculty members join 24 staff members and four other faculty members bought out or laid off since May 1, 2014, according to the release.
“It’s been hard to lose these members of our staff and faculty, but it’s been a necessary business move to ensure that the size of the school is appropriate for the number of students we have,” said School of Law spokesman Andy Brack.
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