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University of Illinois College of Law Accused of Lying
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The University of Illinois College of Law is being accused for falsifying grades and standardized test scores of its new admissions. The institution hires Theodore Chung from the law firm Jones Day to conduct internal investigation. Pending Mr Chung’s investigation, the new admissions’ data have been removed from the university’s website.

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