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Charleston School of Law enters management pact

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The contract gives the school access to pioneering programs and schools. The contract gives the school access to pioneering programs and schools.
CHARLESTON, SC -

The Charleston School of Law has entered a management agreement with a company that owns three other law schools.

The school entered has a contract with the InfiLaw System. Such a contract can be the first step in selling a law school.

Spokesman Andy Brack said he could not comment on the future of the school. A statement says the contract gives the school access to pioneering programs and schools. Infilaw owns the Charlotte School of Law, the Florida Coastal School of Law and the Phoenix School of Law.

One of the founders of the Charleston school, Alex Sanders, says he is no longer on the school's board or a co-owner. Charleston is one of two law schools in the state, the other is at the University of South Carolina.

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