Read the latest Press Releases from Charlotte School of Law below.

Statement - Charlotte School of Law

On Wednesday, June 21, the UNC Committee on Educational Planning, Policies, and Programs, acting on behalf of the UNC Board of Governors, unanimously voted to continue Charlotte School of Law's license to operate in North Carolina, subject to certain conditions and limitations.  The decision states explicitly that if CSL meets these conditions, it may petition for expeditious review and removal of limitations on its license.  This is unquestionably a positive development for CSL...Read More

Paul Meggett to serve as interim dean at Charlotte School of Law

On Monday, June 19, Associate Professor Paul Meggett was named as the School's interim dean.
Dean Meggett is an alumnus of North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina School of Law...Read More

March 20, 2017 Announcement of Organizational Changes

On Monday, March 20, Professor D. Scott Broyles became the School's interim dean replacing Jay Conison who is continuing in his position as a member of the faculty.  
Dean Broyles has been with the School since its founding and is a tenured member of the faculty.  A former Federal prosecutor, Dean Broyles...Read More

January 19, 2017 Update from President Ogene and Dean Conison

Dear Charlotte School of Law Students,
In the face of an extraordinary message from the political leadership of the Department of Education, we are writing to assure our students that the School will be open for classes this Monday, January 23 for the start of the Spring 2017 semester. We are continuing to work aggressively to protect our students’ rights....Read More

January 13, 2017 Update from President Ogene and Dean Conison

Dear Charlotte School of Law Students,
We fully appreciate your concern regarding the future of Charlotte School of Law and your legal education. Many of you have asked for more detailed information than we have been able to provide so far. As law students, however, you understand better than most that negotiating complicated matters needs to take place in private, and not in the public domain. While there are still issues to be resolved, the following is what we can state as we head into the spring semester... Read More

Charlotte School of Law Statement on Department of Education Action on December 19, 2016 

On December 19, 2016, the Charlotte School of Law was notified by the Department of Education that our application for recertification under Title IV of the Higher Education Act was denied and that our eligibility regarding federal financial aid would end on December 31, 2016. We strongly disagree ...Read More



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