A former clinic administrator at the University of Notre Dame Law School will spend two years in prison for embezzling nearly $200,000 from the school.

Jennifer Ihns, 45, received a seven-year sentence on May 25 but will only serve about two years in custody. Five years of her sentence was suspended, though she will spend five years on nonreporting probation, according to the St. Joseph County Prosecuting Attorney Kenneth Cotter.

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