James Davis, vice president for legal affairs at The University of Texas at Austin, has finished his review of the school’s admissions process and issued recommendations to “close vulnerabilities.”

President Gregory Fenves ordered the review in mid-March, at the same time as the university fired head tennis coach Michael Center after he was caught accepting a $100,000 bribe in the nationwide college admissions scandal.

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