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May 19, 2014 10:08 PM

InfiLaw loses round in bid to run Charleston law school

A committee of the state Commission on Higher Education dealt a blow to a proposed sale of the private Charleston School of Law Monday when it recommended denying the license application of InfiLaw, a for-profit company that sought to add the Charleston school to its portfolio of independently operated law schools.

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