Multiple stories, here and here for example, are reporting that the North Carolina AG is investigating Charlotte School of Law under the state’s civil consumer protection law. To make matters worse, the University of North Carolina system will make a recommendation to the UNC Board of Governors as to whether the school should be allowed to retain its license to operate within the state. Reports indicate the board meets next in about one month from now, where this issue will likely be discussed. — Joe
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