The University of Alabama and its controversial law school donor Hugh Culverhouse Jr. appear to have buried the hatchet, three months after a public feud culminated in the removal of Culverhouse’s name from the law campus and the return of millions of dollars.

Both parties recently issued a joint statement saying they “agree that they had different views regarding the future of The University of Alabama School of Law.”

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