For profit Charlotte School of Law faces an uncertain future now that the federal government has cut off student loans. Many of them cannot otherwise afford the $60,000 in annual tuition and expenses necessary to attend the uptown school without government assistance.
For profit Charlotte School of Law faces an uncertain future now that the federal government has cut off student loans. Many of them cannot otherwise afford the $60,000 in annual tuition and expenses necessary to attend the uptown school without government assistance. mgordon@charlotteobserver.com Michael Gordon
For profit Charlotte School of Law faces an uncertain future now that the federal government has cut off student loans. Many of them cannot otherwise afford the $60,000 in annual tuition and expenses necessary to attend the uptown school without government assistance. mgordon@charlotteobserver.com Michael Gordon

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