Now they've signed an affiliation agreement.
Arizona Summit Law School has signed an affiliation agreement with the private, nonprofit Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida.Details are imprecise, but one thing's for certain: dynamic synergy will commence.
Bethune-Cookman President Edison Jackson said in a statement, “Together, we aim to be a leading force in disrupting a legacy of exclusion that has persisted into the 21st century.”
When looking at a school like Arizona Summit, it's hard to not see the truth in President Jackson's words. For years, Arizona Summit has put out a fine crop of good young lawyers. Yet they find it unduly difficult to land long-term positions in the legal sector, and most recently a disproportionate amount of them have been barred from being barred altogether by the elitist, anti-competitive bar examination.
If Bethune-Cookman can help Arizona Summit break that pernicious legacy of exclusion, the only regret is not signing this agreement years ago.
Plus, getting married to this fine Floridian institution is changing Arizona Summit for the better.
The agreement doesn't make Arizona Summit a nonprofit school. However, Lively said the school is working toward nonprofit status.See? You complain enough about for-profit education, the for-profits affiliate with a school on the other side of the country and look for ways to change their status.
Can we get federal loan money back to Charlotte now? Please?
Please? They're doing good work here! They can speak in euphemism!
We bring in students who are in catch-up mode.Shouldn't every law school?