Wednesday, January 25, 2017
From the Charlotte Observer (excerpts):
The tottering Charlotte School of Law reopened Monday – with a third of its normal teachers, a shrunken list of classes and far fewer students.
Students reported attendance at the day’s classes far below normal, especially in the first- and second-year classes which have been hit hardest by transfers.
Last week, the school laid off about two-thirds of its faculty and released a stripped down class schedule to reflect the expected loss of students. Students began transferring out after the school was put on probation by the American Bar Association in November and then, in December, cut off from a federal student-loan program that awarded the school’s students almost $50 million last year.
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