A former clinic administrator at the University Notre Dame Law School has pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly $200,000 from the clinic over the course of seven years.

Jennifer Ihns, 44, on Feb. 6 pleaded guilty to nine counts of theft as well as one count each of forgery and corrupt business influence. She must pay $199,000 to the university in restitution.

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