CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The UNC Board of Governors has hit the embattled Charlotte School of Law with new restrictions.
The school cannot admit any new students until further notice.
A report found that the Charlotte School of Law is not financially stable and proper course study and faculty goals are not adequate.
The school must explain by Aug. 1 how they will address those issues.
AG Stein is reviewing the Board of Governor's resolution.
AG Stein sent this statement to Channel 9:
"My office is reviewing the Board of Governor’s resolution granting CSL a provisional license and the implications for CSL’s students."
"I continue to be very concerned for, not only current CSL students, but for those students who left CSL amid the turmoil of the last seven months."
"Right now, I am considering appropriate action that this office might take to protect those CSL students, and I encourage any CSL student who has been wronged to share his or her experience with my office."
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