In the months since Infilaw’s involvement in the Charleston School of Law became public, the Alumni Association has made a concerted effort to learn more about Infilaw and to share what we have learned with our fellow alumni, with the current students of the Charleston School of Law and with the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. This page is intended to make all of that information available in one place.
The Alumni Association’s opposition to an Infilaw purchase of the Charleston School of Law is based on hard evidence. To demonstrate that we’ve compared Infilaw Schools to the Charleston School of Law in the fairest way possible–side-by-side:
The Alumni Association has made this information available to the Commission on Higher Education and the Board of Advisors of the Charleston School of Law:
Previously, the Alumni Association had more fully described to the CHE its concerns about Infilaw and its position that the CHE has the ability and duty to block the Infilaw purchase if, as we believe it will, the CHE determines that Infilaw’s ownership of CSOL would result in a diminished experience for students and harm to the South Carolina community at large: