Karen Sloan is reporting that the Department of Education has released federal loan money for beleaguered Charlotte School of Law students. Back in December, the Department of Education had revoked the school’s eligibility for the federal student loan program. That left students scrambling for ways to pay for the spring semester without loan money. All that changed apparently after the school hired lobbyists including one who worked with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos during her confirmation hearings. For more, see Karen Sloan, With New Lobbyists, Charlotte Law Disperses Federal Student Loans as School Year Ends, Law.com, May 22, 2017. — Joe
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