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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

UT System Issues Report Faulting Law School for Forgivable "Loans"

The University of Texas system has issued a report on the forgivable "loans" issue that brought down the dean at the University of Texas Law School, as reported on by Tax ProfLeiter, Faculty Lounge, etc.

According to media coverage, the report found the loans to be inappropriate for a state institution.  See:

Austin-American Statesman

Channel 5

Daily Texan

Posted by Geoffrey Rapp on November 14, 2012 at 02:44 PM | Permalink

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