Paul L. Caron

Friday, February 21, 2020

Concordia’s Boise Law School Gets New Parent, Will Not Close

Following up on my previous posts:

Idaho Statesman, Concordia’s Boise Law School Gets New Parent. Here’s How That Affects Students, Workers:

A Minnesota university has agreed to take over operation of the Concordia University School of Law in Boise.

This fall, the Boise law school will become part of Concordia University St. Paul, the two Lutheran schools announced at a news conference Thursday.

The agreement removes the threat that the school might cease along with the rest of Concordia University in Portland, which opened the law school eight years ago but which is now closing.

The law school will continue uninterrupted, and its students and employees can stay put, law school executives said.

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