It appears that the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law won’t be coming to the rescue of Arizona Summit Law School students left stranded by the potentially permanent closure of their school after all.

The American Bar Association has directed the teetering Arizona Summit Law School to help current students come up with individualized plans to finish out their law degrees, rather than pursue a teach-out plan that would allow all remaining students to complete their studies at a single campus, as many had hoped to do at nearby ASU law. (Both law schools are located in downtown Phoenix, though Arizona Summit shuttered its physical campus in August and reportedly has not been paying its rent.)

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