Between 2013 and 2015, the Charleston School of Law went through a series of high-profile woes, including cutting faculty and facilities, lawsuits from fired professors, a potential purchase by for-profit law school consortium InfiLaw System and financial problems that landed the school on a U.S. Department of Education financial monitoring list.
“I don’t think anyone realized how close the school came to closing down … It was dire,” said school President Ed Bell.
Bell said, though, the school has now turned over a new leaf: The school is ranked among the best in the country for professors and quality of life by the Princeton Review. The school is debt-free, and Charleston School of Law was off the Education Department’s heightened cash monitoring payment method list as of September.
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