TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Apr 27, 2017

After losing access to federal student loan funds and being placed on probation by the American Bar Association, the Charlotte School of Law is defending itself by blaming the ABA and the Department of Education for its issues, Above the Law reports. Three motions to dismiss lawsuits filed against the school allege that any harm to Charlotte Law’s students was inflicted by the DOE instead. Additionally the school turns some of the blame on its own students, claiming that they should have known of the institution’s graduate employment rates and admissions data.