Charlotte School of Law closed, But Department of Education Has Been Stingy in Granting Student-Loan Relief

Charlotte School of Law closed its doors on August 15, 2017. Thank God! Before it shut down, CSL was one of the worst law schools in the United States by almost any measure. Based on metrics developed by Law School Transparency, a public interest law-school monitoring organization, 50 percent of CSL’s 2014 entering class ran … Read more

Charlotte School of Law Will Surely Blame Others for Closure

The Charlotte School of Law is, or now was, a for-profit college in North Carolina that has been under fire for poor performance. Under the Obama administration the school was put on notice that because of their poor student performance they would lose access to federal student loans. The American Bar Association had also put … Read more

Does This Really Matter or Concern You About Betsy DeVos?

Last year the Charlotte School of Law was notified they would no longer be eligible for access to federal student loan money because their performance was so poor. At the time the Department of Education said, “The ABA [American Bar Association] repeatedly found that the Charlotte School of Law does not prepare students for participation … Read more

Charlotte School of Law Denied Continued Access to Federal Student Aid Dollars

The U.S. Department of Education today announced that on Dec. 31, 2016, it will end access to federal student financial aid for Charlotte School of Law (CSL), a for-profit member institution in the InfiLaw System. This action furthers the Department’s commitment to vigorously protect students, safeguard taxpayer dollars, and increase institutional accountability among postsecondary institutions. … Read more

Charlotte School of Law – The End for Bottom-Tier Law Schools?

In less than two weeks, Charlotte School of Law will lose all access to federal student financial aid money. CSL is a for-profit law school with an undistinguished reputation. According to Law School Transparency, an organization that gathers data on American law schools, only 46.3 percent of CSL graduates passed their bar exams in 2015. … Read more

Charlotte School of Law Dead to ED

The U.S. Department of Education today announced that on Dec. 31, 2016, it will end access to federal student financial aid for Charlotte School of Law (CSL), a for-profit member institution in the InfiLaw System. This action furthers the Department’s commitment to vigorously protect students, safeguard taxpayer dollars, and increase institutional accountability among postsecondary institutions. … Read more