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Charlotte School of Law Is Expiring

For Charlotte School of Law, the funeral march started a year ago. It began when the American Bar Association suspended its accreditation. Then the Department of Education stopped its federal student loans. Now its license as an educational institution has expired. "[T]o ensure that CSL does not inadvertently run......
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