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  • Future uncertain for students of Charlotte School of Law

    During a February 8th, 2017 interview Chidi Ogene, president of the Charlotte School of Law, says the school plans to talk with the new Secretary of Education about the loss of tens of millions of dollars in federal student aid.

During a February 8th, 2017 interview Chidi Ogene, president of the Charlotte School of Law, says the school plans to talk with the new Secretary of Education about the loss of tens of millions of dollars in federal student aid. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
During a February 8th, 2017 interview Chidi Ogene, president of the Charlotte School of Law, says the school plans to talk with the new Secretary of Education about the loss of tens of millions of dollars in federal student aid. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

Top Charlotte School of Law leader steps down

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