Charleston School of Law founders withdrew $25 million in profits...

May 24, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Post and Courier

InfiLaw representative Peter Gopelrud , Charleston School of Law Dean Andy Abrams and Robert Carr, one of the law school's five founders arrive for a meeting with students and alumni last summer at the Charleston Music Hall, after a possible sale to InfiLaw was announced.

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John M

Brooklyn, NY

#1 May 25, 2014
Ed Westbrook rails against the for-profit tax status of InfiLaw now, but had no problem with CSOL’s tax status before. CSOL has always been a for-profit institution.

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