The Charleston Post and Courier reports that the fate of the Charleston School of Law is uncertain, with its owners stating that additional information about the school's future will not be made known until next week.  

According to a law school spokesman, the school's owners "are working diligently to see it preserved and improved by someone or some entity, either profit or nonprofit, that actually has the experience to run a law school and is capable of obtaining a license from the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and accreditation by the American Bar Association.”

The school has been embroiled in controversy for nearly a year following disclosure that a sale to a for-profit company was being explored.

A report earlier this month in the Post and Courier indicated that the school was considering not enrolling students for the fall 2015.


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