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Charlotte School Law, the for-profit school that lost eligibility to federal student loans in January, has submitted a teach-out plan that would allow students to complete their education at Florida Coastal School of Law, the ABA Journal reports.

According to ABA Journal, both schools are part of the Infilaw System, which is owned by the private equity firm, Sterling Partners. 

"The submitted teach-out plan will be considered by the council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar at its March meeting, according to Taylor’s email. Under the plan, Florida Coastal will disburse Title IV funds, with Charlotte School of Law being the degree-granting institution. It’s expected that the plan will run until December 2019, which is reportedly the last anticipated graduation date of currently enrolled students," the ABA Journal said.
 


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