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Is Charleston School of Law Going to Be Sold?
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The law may not believe in assumptions and presumptions but law students surely do, and in the case of the rumors that started flying after the law school announced a management services agreement with InfiLaw – the rumors may be more in the nature of inferences than assumptions.

After all, InfiLaw already owns three other law schools including the Phoenix School of Law, the Florida Coastal School of Law and the Charlotte Law School. Given that InfiLaw has a history of acquiring law schools, signing a management agreement with the organization can give rise to logical inferences that it is the first step in the process of selling Charleston School of Law.

  
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On Thursday evening, the Charleston School of Law made an announcement that it had engaged in a management services agreement with the InfiLaw system.

The release read “The Charleston School of Law will celebrate a new milestone when its 10th class of students begins next month: an exciting new alliance that will strengthen its position as a model for American legal education for the 21st century.”

The release mentioned further about the agreement with InfiLaw System, a network of student outcome-focused, independent ABA-approved law schools.

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One of the expressions used in the release, “This alliance gives Charleston School of Law a strong succession path…” could have provided more speculation about sale of the school, given InfiLaw’s background.

However, Dean Andy Abrams was full of praise for the new alliance and said, “current students and those who will matriculate next month will have a law school experience that we could have only dreamed of and wished for when we were in law school … this new alliance will broaden our scope and make many more resources available to our 600 students.”



The release also highlighted besides other benefits of the alliance the fact that the Charleston School of Law will now benefit from “a path of long-term viability in the increasingly competitive and changing environment for legal education.”

The Post and Courier reported that it was told by Alex Sanders, one of the founders of the law school, that as of two days ago he was no longer a chairman of the board, a member of the board, or a co-owner of the law school.



 

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