The for-profit Charlotte School of Law has a limited amount of time to prove that it’s stable. Conditions must be met or the school’s license would automatically be revoked, and it would cease operations in North Carolina.
The for-profit Charlotte School of Law has a limited amount of time to prove that it’s stable. Conditions must be met or the school’s license would automatically be revoked, and it would cease operations in North Carolina. CHARLOTTE OBSERVER File photo
The for-profit Charlotte School of Law has a limited amount of time to prove that it’s stable. Conditions must be met or the school’s license would automatically be revoked, and it would cease operations in North Carolina. CHARLOTTE OBSERVER File photo

The clock is ticking for Charlotte School of Law to prove it’s financially stable

June 21, 2017 05:25 PM

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