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May 07, 2015


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I suspect that InfiLaw backed away not because of opposition from "bureaucrats," but because they see the writing on the wall with declining enrollments, and do not see this as a good investment. As for the "dynamite charge," as long as Charleston Law allows current students to graduate, I do not see this as so terrible.


The owners are still hoping the State of South Carolina will pony up and open a second state law school, probably attached to the College of Charleston.

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